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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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VOLUME. ... STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1917. NUMBER 31.



RUTHLESS, SUBMARINE. %WARFARE ORDERED BY GERMANY IMMIGRATION BILL VETOED; THE DIPLOMATIC



ON ALL SHIPS OF ALLIES BEGAN. YESTERDAY LITERACY CLAUSE GIVEN AS CAUSE LATIONS BEGUN

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Says Restriction in Most Cases DEATH OF CAPT. H. C. PARKER. WITH MEXICO

; GERMANY'S REPLY TO PRESIDENT WILSON'S PEACE ADDRESS IS TO INFORM UNITED Would Be Penalty for Alien's .

STATES THAT BEGINNING FEBRUARY 1 SHE WOULD BEGIN AN UNRESTRICTED Lack of Opportunity. Capt. H. C. Parker, for many years '-
a merchant and cotton buyer at La- U. S. EVIDENTLY WILLINGTO
SUBMARINE WARFARE ON ALL SHIPS CARRYING FOOD AND MUNITIONS.
r Crosse, Alachua county, died Friday, TRY ANYTHING ONCE
SECOND TIME BILL WAS January 26th, of a congestive chill.
I The Gainesville Sun of Tuesday morn- -

' DECISION AS TO COURSE OF UNITED BROTHERKILLS VETOED BY PRES. WILSON ing the contained the following account FLETCHER TO GO TO MEXICO IN
funeral services:
HOPES
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A large number of Gainesville
STATES RESTS WITH THE PRESIDENT WILSON, IN RETURNING ACT TO peo- WITH CARRAXZA.WASHINGTON .
BROTHER IN A ple attended the funeral of Capt. H.
THE HOUSE, REITERATES PRE- I C. Parker, held at LaCrosse Sunday -

". VIOUS STATEMENT OF NOT morning, and it is said there were two
thousand from three Jan. 3u.-run diplomatic
present counties.It .
Germany Informs America What Zones Her Ships May TravelIn BRAWL% SUNDAYBERRY JUSTIFIED IN PRINCIPLE AND was the spontaneous recognition of be resumed relations with Mexico are to
TOO RADICAL IN POLICY. the worth of a good man the like of I immediately in an effort by
How Shall Be Marked to Avoid Sink-
and Describes They which had never before been witnessed the United States to solve through for-

ing By Submarines-Germaany's Reply to Wilson's Peace in Alachua county.So mal channels the troublesome ques-
tions pending with the Carranza
WASHINGTON 29.-President gov-
Jan.
Address Was Greatest Surprise of the War-United States TAYLOR FATALLY Wilson today vetoed, the immigationbill great was the crowd who had ernment and for its moral effect in aid-
SHOT BY NOAH TAYLOR come to pay the last sad tribute to a ing the first chief to restore order. It
passed recently by be-
Faces Severance of Diplomatic Relations Again. congress friend and benefactor, that the services -
was announced
. cause of its literacy test provision.. After-"today's cabinet
were changed from the church to
It the second time that Presi- meeting that Henry P. Fletcher, con-
was
TRIED TO MAKE PEACE, BUT open air so that all could hear the im-
The note at the outset refers to thePresident's firmed ambassador Mexico
dent Wilson has vetoed the immigationbill as to several -
BERLIN Jan. 31.-Germany in answering
pressive
address as important and MET HIS FATE WHILE SHIELD- because of the literacy test and for sermon delivered by Dr. S. B. I months ago, would leave for his
President Wilson's Senate says, Germany is gratified to learn the '.he similar I Robers, of Jacksonville.At post in a few days.
ING FRIEND FROM DEATH.It same reason measures were
Speech declares for unrestricted naval main principles of the address corres- given vetoes by President_Taft and the conclusion of the religious Mr. Fletcher will go by steamer from
warfare. ond largely to the German desires and Cleveland.The exercises the Masons took charge of New York to Vera Cruz and from
__ principles, especially regarding self the body and consigned it to Mother there to Quei- taro to Mexico if
is our sad duty to record the most president's veto message to the Earth with solemn or City
government and equality of rights for deplorable tragedy that has ever taken house, in which the bill originated, follows the masonic ceremonies by that time Gen. Carranza has reestablished -
amid hush
of the
Washington, Jan. 31.-The readingby small nations. Germany, it says, will vast throng. his; capital there. He is expected -
place in Bradford county-it being so :
officials ,of the German note an- Truly Capt. Parker's place will be
be if the of
sincerely
glad recognition to arrive at his post a few da'safter
brother brother and becausehe "I much regret to return this
by killing very
warfare hard to fill in the
nouncing unrestricted naval this should freedom to LaCrosse section,
principle give the last American soldier has
bill without .
whose life ended signature."In
suddenly
so
beginning Feb. 1, was followed by expressions Ireland and India. young my where he lived and served for so many
crossed the border into the United
the died for the sake of saving a friend most of the provisions of the billI
which gave impressionthat viewed The German note repudiates any desire from the death-blow he himself re- should be very glad to concur but I years. States. Capt. Frank M. McCoy, of the
is
th .resulting situation on the part of Germany to enter ceived. cannot rid myself of the conviction Third cavalry, has been detailed as
". with extreme gravity There, and had prompt been action alliances, which would serve to force Sunday evening Sheriff-W. J. Epperson that the literacy test constitutes a rad- 2 SCHOLARSHIPS IN PEABODY military attache of thj embassy and
is expected.. no countries into competition for might received word that a serious ical change in the policy of the nation COLLEGE TO FLA. TEACHERS. with other members of the staff appointed -
official hint that such a note was com- and which would involve them in a net shooting affray had taken place about which is not justified in principle. It in time will make the trip
: ing and Germany's declaration for unrestricted of selfish intrigues, but says that Ger- three miles southeast of Sapp station, is not a test of character, of quality or with the ambassador. .
naval warfare was received many will be glad to co-operate in efforts near Flat Ford on New River, at the of personal fitness but would operate TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 28.-W. N. Although no official :notification of
i with the greatest .of surprise. It is to prevent future wars. home of Martin Taylor, where one of in most cases merely a sa penalty for Sheats; state superintendent of public the intention of Gen.< Carranza has
assumed that such warfare will mean The note then says that Germany the latter's sons had been seriouslyshot lack of opportunity in the country of instruction, has sent the following no- been received, it is taten for granted
the sinking:, without warning, of all desires the freedom of the seas and by his own brother. which the alien seeking admissioncame. tice to Florida teachers: that he reciprocate'at once by the

freight and passenger vessels, which peaceful intercourse pvith all nations Sheriff Epperson and Deputy SheriffM. The opportunity to gain an education The George-Peabody College for sending of an accredited minister to
the United States, during the negotia- and says Germany and her allies last Cameron took an automobile and is in many cases one of the Teachers, at Nashville, Tenn., announces Washington. Elbeo rredondo[ now
tions over the Sussex case, told Ger- December discuss that two scholarships with a cash in Mexico leave cf absence has been
offered to
peace on a went out to the Taylor place. They chief opportunities sought by the immigrants on ,
many would cause,the United States to basis of a guaranty of existence, honor learned the following particulars: in coming to the United value of $25 each and good for the here as ambassador designate for more

,sever diplomatic negotiations with her. and free development of her people. There had been a row during the day States and our experience in the past summer term, beginning June 14 and than. a year.Meanwhile. ;
.A decision as to what shall be the The note says the German chancellorhas between B. S. Griffis, Noah Taylor, Er- has not been that the illiterate immi- closing August 31, will be at the disposal SecretaryBaker! said today -
course of the United States,lies with already stated the annexation of nest Griffis, Willie Griffis, Jeff Starlingand grant is always an undesirable immigrant of the state superintendent of as soon as all regulars got out

President Wilson. Belgium, not as a part of the German I Henry Taylor, who had all been Tests of quality and of pur- education of Florida. These scholar- of Mexico and movement: of guardsmen
The German note to the United program, but that Germany wants to i drinking. Blows were passed, but the pose cannot be objectetd to on princi- ships will be awarded only to people .ordered home is completed there wouldbe
: States, which Ambassador Von Bern- prevent her enemies from again using I combatants made friends, except that ple, but tests of opportunity surely who spend the entire summer quarterat more reduction of several thousand
storff handed to Secretary Lansing at Belgium "for instigating continuous Noah Tavlor was still angry at B. S. may be. Peabody. In. the award., people with more of the guardsmen, the border.
, the same time copies were delivered hostile intrigues." It declares such Griffis. He-left the party and prom- "Moreover, even if this test might I the equivalent of normal school and Ambassador Fletcher will take up
; in Berlin to American ambassador Ge- measures are necessary and also de- ised that when he returned he would be equitably insisted on, one of the ex- college training will be given prefer- with the Carranza government among
t 'card and all neutral representatives, clares the entente has already planneda "shoot a part or all of you." The Tay- ceptions proposed to its application ence.The other things strong protests already
, refers to the President's recent address systematic economical warfare on lor place, where the row occurred, is involves a provision which might lead superintendent will le pleasedto made against provisions of the proposed -
i to the Senate and goes into detailon the Teutons after peace is made. on,the west side of the river, and Noah to very delicate and hazardous diplo- receive applications for these schol- new Mexican constitution discrimi-
the war situation. It then declares The communication asserts the real crossed it and went to the place of matic situations. arships. The award will be made on nating against foreigners and their in-

i that Germany finds herself compelledto aim of the entente* is to "dismemberand John Griffis, his father-in-law, distant "The bill exempts from the operation or about May 15.. terests.GERMANYMAYWARNU.S.TOEEP.
. continue the fight for existence, dishonor Germany, Austro-Hun- about half a mtle. There he seized a of the literacy test all aliens I .
which is again forced upon her, with gary, Bulgaria and Turkey" and says shotgun and some ammunition and ran who shall prove to the satisfaction of ,-- U
the full employment of all weapons at the new situation forces Germany to back. When he again encountered the the proper immigration officer or to

, her disposal.The new decisions. It then accuses Great crowd, he tried to shoot B. S. Griffis, the secretary of labor that they are }S
memorandum attached, states Britain of attempting to starve Ger- but Berry Taylor, his younger brother eeking admission to the United Statesto
that this is to be done by unrestricted many by curtailing legitimate trade got in front of Griffis and pushedthe avoid religious persecution in the "" I
.- naval warfare and it gives the with Germany and bringing pressureto latter behind him, pleading with country of their last permanent resi- CITIZENS OFF OF ARMED MERS
zones through which American ships bear on neutrals. It says the war his brother to desist shooting. Noah dence, whether such persecution be
, may travel and tells how they should of starvation does not affect the mili- said' that }if Berry interfered he would evidenced by overt acts, or by laws or ,
' ,; be marked and outlines fully the zones tary powers of the Teutons, but forces shoot him, too. Berry still shielded governmental regulations that discrim- I I :

', '; mentioned, which if followed would the suffering on the women, children, Griffis and pleaded, when Noah, bout inate against the alien or the race to Germany is Preparing For An MUNICIPAL U1PR( EMENTS. r
practically eliminate all contraband sick and aged. It adds that eaCh day five feet from Berry, raised his gun which he belongs because of his relig- -- '
'. trade with the allies, as the statement the war is shortened will save the and fired at his brother, the shot taking ious faith. Active Submarine War. The pavement of forth Walnut :
says the German list of what is contra- lives of thousands of brave soldierson effect in the right breast, a little "Such a provision, so applied and ad- Against Merchantmen. street is progressing:: aj as circumstances 1
band will be observed in handling each side and it hopes the United below the shoulder. Berry fell down, ministerel, would oblige the officer allow and Jwill probably :
,
such vessels. States will realize Germany's position. crying, "Oh, Lord!" Griffis ran and concerned in effect to pass upon the be completed to Ninth !street by the I '

___ _ u ___ ___ _. ._ _ou. uu Noah fired at him twice, both shots laws and practices of a foreign gov- MERCHANTMEN ATTACKING first of next week. Th work is well
COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS Uh THE I PORT- OP NEW YORK taking effect, but the wounds were on- ernment and declare that they did or SUBMARINES BY RAMMING done, and is closely ins ected by En-
did gineer K. L. Gray, whollooks out for
I ly slight.Dr. not constitute religious persecutionThis
ORDERS THE PORT CLOSED LAST WEDNESDAY NIGHT the
G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was would, to say the least, be a most city's interests. lie sees that the
of sent for and arrived as soon as possi- invidious function for any administrative GERMANY HAS BEEN SUBMITTING bricks are laid as closely| as possible
31.-Collector turned back. Malone is
NEW YORK, Jan. were vested I without
ble. He found that the of shot officer of this interfering wijh expansion,
charge government to per- TO
Port Malone tonight ordered the port with the sole responsibility of preserv- STATE DEPARTMENT and brick i discarded.
had made big hole through BerryTaylor's form and it is not but every faulty isj '
a only possible
r of New York closed, not only to steaming the neutrality of this port. He did INSTANCES OF ATTACKS ON The city authorities jain woke up
and that the had that serious
body patient probable questionsof
but to several of which not explain his action. very '
ers even tugs,
bled profusely; yet the doctor said that international justice and comity SUBS BY MERCHANTMEN WITH Tuesday morning and l&an to dig up r,
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UNITED STATES AGAIN FACES SEVERANCE OF DIPLOMATIC the patient might live provided a large would arise between this governmentand I, GUNS MOUNTED FOR DEFENSE the which trees in front of th; court ,house, :.
stood the of
I m ; the curbing
artery in that region had not been in- the government or governments I way _
! RELATIONS WITH THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT jured. thus officially condemned should its exercise I I The pioneer grC ding of Call .
I Noah Taylor was not at the home of be adopted. I WASHINGTON, Jan. 30.-Information street, from Walnut to?Bay, is com- i
i WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.-The declaration mination to strike back in kind. his parents when the officers arrived, "I dare say that these consequences has reached here that Germanyand pleted, and ready to W paved. The i
Sanderjon
f of Germany of an unrestricted Germany counts on operations unheard and they went to John Griffis, place in were not in the minds of the propon- ; her allies are considering commun- portion between and Bay .
I submarine campaign, which has of and a number of submarinesto the hope of finding him there. lie was ents of this provision, but the provision :icating to the state department a vir- will have a pavement 2C feet in width 1 : .a
* been announced here, is regarded as a subdue England within sixty days, there, fast asleep and was arrested separately and in itself renders it tual warning that Americans should The plumbers are kejt very busy, ,
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I starvation blockade of England the as it has been estimated that the British without difficulty. He was then broughtto unwise for me to give my assent to keep off armed merchant ships of belligerent and from the large amouit of sanitary I l.
] ,like of which the world has never seen I food supply was not sufficient td Starke and lodged in the county jail. this legislation in its present form.. I nations. This became known fixtures received by then'i it is evident ,
and the beginning of a long campaignof :last a month. New River between the Taylor and the When the message was read in the today following the intimation in offi- that sanitation and cleanliness will be
ruthlessness, on a scale never be- I An annex to the note warns the Griffiis places is only a wide swamp, house it was ordered to lie on the table cial circles yesterday that the United much improved h..rt'ufttland the fly l
; fore conceived, not even by Von Tir- American citizens and vessels from ,. where the progress on foot-logs in to- until Thursday morning and cham- States might issue soon a new memo- nuisance much abated. The filling up .
; pitz. Again the United States faces the barred zone, which, extends around tal darkness was"very .slow and diffi- pions of the bill began laying their randum setting forth its attitude toward of many depressions were stagnant
the severance of diplomatic relations Great Britain, France, 'Italy and in the plans for an effort to override the veto armed merchantmen.It water used to stand, by jpoil from the I

with Germany, whose action is regarded eastern Mediterranean. cult.The Telegraph reporter saw Noah Chairman Burnett announced tonight ;( is not known just when or in what streets of will also prevenj the breeding i
; as causing a super-crisis all those Taylor at the jail Monday morning. He that he would move for a vote Thurs- manner the warning may be conveyed, mosquitoes. And a* ground water ; ;
I which have States. is about 28 of bright day. Two the house lacked but has after hea\y rains wil find its way
stirred the United SCHOOL CLOSING. a man years age, ,. years ago Germany apparently been pav- the
: Secretary Lansing refused to comment and of prepossessing appearance. He only four votes of the necessary two- ing the way for such a step by submitting along sewer pipes toan outlet, the
\. tonight, but among the possibilities seemed nervous and preoccupied and thirds majority to pass the bill over to the state department a series town may be said to be!'partially un- ,
.; j' are: a solemn warning to Germany There will be a school breaking up was unwilling to talk, but did not deny the veto the yeas being 261 and the I]I|of statements alleging specific attacks derdrained, which also helps to enhance -

: against he violation of her pladges, a i I! at Kelly school house Thursday, Feb. his guilt. nays 136. The attempt having failed against submarines by, entente merchantmen the ger.eral htaltliFAKERS. ,
t. Decision that the German note warrants !'8th. Will begin at 7 p. m. Everybody About 8:30 Monday morning Sher- in the house, no action was ,taken in j: with guns carried ostensibly
the : invited. iff received the that the senate. for defense. }
{1 :. severance of diplomatic relations Epperson news I:1 ,
f ;) or a decision to await the development Berry Taylor had died from his woundat i When President Taft vetoed a simi- The armed ship question is involvedin Our marshals-are vigilantly on the
l' of actual operations. GREAT BKITAIN PUTS THE BAN 2 o'clock the same morning. The I lar measure because of the literacytest practically all cases between the .lookout for fakers when he trains stop
; After a careful study of the note UPON TUB! SHELL CONTRACT sheriff County Judge Geo. A. Gardi- the senate succeeded in overridinghim 'United States and Germany and over I here. Some of them ark not allowedto

President Wilson went to bed at 11 rer and J. M. Alvarez then went to by more than a two-thirds major- which a grave situation eventually will land here at all, othevs are closely
o'clock, thus apparently disposing of Government Refuses to Allow Com- the Taylor place to hold an inquest. ity but the house fell short about a have to be faced. Officials of the gov- watched. I

l'Ji the suggestions that he might take ac- pany to Work for U. S. Judge Gardiner swore in the following dozen votes. ernment, however, still believe the sub- Infirmities are often Amulated, and
tion before morning. He has seen no I) men as a coroner's jury: J. M. The bill which the president vetoed marine issue will not be forced to a some troubles, even if teal, that the '
f callers, but it is understood that he Alvarez. B. Rosier, J. Q. Futch, A. F. today passed the house last March 308 conclusion as long as there is a possi- fakers parade for the se of gaining '
i has used the telephone freely. LONDON, Jan. 28-The British gov-to Muse, E. Muse and John Thompson. to 87 and the senate in December by bility of tangible developments toward sympathy, should not deer them from
ernment has refused permission Their verdict after viewing the body 64 to 7.DANGEROUS. peace.
i As far as has been learned no plans making a honest living. *3ome of these 4
Have been laid for him to go before Hadfields, Limited, to execute a con- and hearing the testimony, was that For several weeks the German gov- mendicants have tin the banks. '
money
r Congress as he did in announcing the tract for shells for the American" navy Berry Taylor came to his death from a LUNATIC ESCAPES. I ernment has been submitting representations -I Flashily dressed girls wisro solicit subscriptions -
t sending of the Sussex rote, threaten- "as long as the war continues. shot: from a gun in the hands of Noah to the state department in cases for mal< and demand '
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ing to sever diplomatic relations. In Taylor.At The sheriff's office has been advisedto where in it is claimed British merchant pay in advance, are 81inei not to be trusted.
the meantime the president's repeated Washington, Jan 28.-A contractwas this writing the day for Taylor's look out for one Wallace Williams, ships have attacked German sub- After the money n pock ed they for- '
;'k warning of "a world afire" and Secretary awarded to Hadfields, Limited, for arraignment before Judge Gardiner colored, who escaped from the lunatic marines. Reports that Great Britain get to send in the hubscrjption.
of State Lansing's "verge of war" more than $3,000,000 worth of 14 and has not yet been set. But he outcomeof asylum at Chattahoochee a short time and her allies were considering placingstill Instead of bestowing! charity on

statement are recalled in the capital 16-inch shells at $200 each less than the trial is a foregone conclusion. aeo. A reward of $100 is offered for heavier armament on her mer- mendicants and fakers, gave it to thoseat
with feelings of apprehension and mis- the lowest American bid. Secretary Taylor will be held in jail without bail his capture. chant ships was regarded in German home who need it, teen it will be
giving.On Daniels said tonight that he had received until the spring term of the circuit Williams was taken to the asylum quarters as forecasting fights to the well Applied. One case 'lat should be
almost every side Germany's no official notice of the British court for this county. from Starke week before last. He had finish between armed merchantmen of attended to U that of a door prisonerat
drastic action is interpreted as'an open refusal and that he would await one been a convict at the State Farm and the entente allies and submarines of the county jail, who is>very ill froma
confession of the effectiveness of the before deciding upon what action to Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell had developed lunacy of the dangerous the central powers, with the resump- shot wound, and who i<* likely to die
British food blockade and of her deter- take. everybody. Advertise. kind tion of naval operations in the spring. if not put in a hospital. ,

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STARKE. FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 2, U17. '
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;; f" OF MASTER'S SALE. NWU! of =- ,
NOTICE Stcti. nil I l. ,ta >.-
.- is hereby given that under and by West felrOlle, M4 tit 1.8,10 Wl( '
Notice ; of U
: PEANUTS IX FLORID.t .\. UHLE GIRL NOW WITHDRAWALOFU.S.TROOPSHASBEENISSUED virtue of a decree made and rendered on the Section 1't: ; the 1.1 of J.ot 3.Shnm'a and t 1_f ,,

if ,- 'FORMAL ORDER FOR cuit 27U day Court of of January.Alachua A. County D. 1917,, Florida in the ,Cir in "ft Section 1 l' ..f the of Sv5NWU I f I I
rajsT
acres J
Continued From 6. Chancery. by the Honorable J. T. Wills. Judge ?.
Page )
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wherein
suit therein pending and N\\'I ,'
of said Court, in a : .
't PLAYS LIKE I THE Melrose Manufacturing Company, a cor- of NEIa oC H. I "x apt!. of SEI, &114.-4. iSugxa !

; .;', poration. is complainant and Jesje L. Wallaceand 4, Ihuds-' ',f S ctin 12 15 utq bld 4 '1
results from feeding Charles C. Clayton, individually and as !\F.I. ut ;' ; the h i
v : To get the best Secti'.a' 0; Ue 1\EI. of NE t
i ; ; in this hogs should be partners doing business as Melrose Turpentine of ,, .rept glof SE'4 01'* *1 I"
t peanuts way & Land Company et al.. are defendants. of NEU. the 'F.r.f.. K K 1t
.i ;, turned into the field for a short time OTNERCIIILDRCN fought the Sunday newspaper. The 1 will otTer for sale and sell at public auc the SW": ,. N', -.f SE': ,f' Wi. sA/" **'i' I
allowed ISSUES only made them appear highest and best bidder or bidders of Section 17 La4 oi'
day at the start, and not be WAR DEPARTMENT ineffectual result tion to the ; of Sect 18' "
every cash in front of the court house doorin of NWU of Action ; the ?
and HI
to gorge themselves. If they ORDERS LAST SATURDAY weak and helples sin defeat, the for City of Gainesville Alachua County|! and W{.._, of X\;", of a4:21 ; the of N>y of ",l-' 1

--F '. ,., are confined to a comparatively small detracted from their force and powerin Florida, on Monday the 5th day of March A. I\ TOW XSHII' SOUTH Section OF Ie;' "....

they will eat the nuts clean as Capt. T. M. Harrell Says That leadership. Now they find it wiserto D 1917. the same being a Rule Day of said EAST. $d.' GL z Y ..
I ; area Court during the legal hours of.sale, all that The NW!i of NCt; 6f
,; they dig for them and there will be Tanlac Give His Child REGULARS TO RELIEVE GUARDSMEN use, and endeavor to regulate the land, premises and property situate lying and Section 4for SW I of Sectioa NW 3' the 4oC

less waste. Peanuts are rich in pro MUSTERED use of the Sunday newspaper, whichcan being in the Counties of Alachua, Bradford, of Swta of &.*i.n :5.; Lot s or N liE" 1\ ..:
WILL BE ,
WHO results and Putnam State of Florida, herein ri. and Lots i... 15 of a."
of the Clay an.116
tein and fat which causes indigestionto Health at least secure some of &eti ,. "
after particularly described and set forth in 4 and part of lot 5 of l4 .
Section
hogs not accustomed to concentrated OUT OF SERVICE. they are after. So with the Sunday Schedules A. and B.. namely: part of Lot 3 of .Action 10: the 9; Lot i .
Ny4 of .
i feeds. Considerable losses, which are picture house, it is as sure as the Sunday Schedule "A" SE4i oCE!!. :5\\,1, oCW14.. and N\i:"" !1
"It wouldn't be doing right not to Styli of Section 16 <
due to indigestion and are frequently The withdrawal paper; anyone familiar with the The SWi of 5Ei of Section 24 ; the NWiof NW'b Sly! of swuUd; the EJ.A. of J h E t\i ;r-J
WASHINGTON Jan. 27 4' S
done -
tell what has
each you your medicine in Ny! ofW,4! and SESi oC NWi! ; of Secti ii ;
\EI.
cholera that the SE tl
mistaken for hog occur of the times" knows anyway !. of sn0f U:
for our little girl," said Captain T. M. I I of General Pershhig's expedi- "signs Ny! of SW?.. SE!i of SE!i. three-quarter. Section :21 Lot Ii i Section 18*. Lot .a
year at the beginning of the pasturing the War to oppose only makes one appear of NWU! of SE!;, and three-quartere of 5W?4 Section : of Section 2S Lot 6 ..
season. This can be avoided by supplying Harrell, of Atlanta, conductor on theSeaboard tion was ordered by Department conspicuous as opposed to the will of of SEri of Section 25; theW;; of S\V!. and 5E!i7Wwli of NW!.iyH of aw- .
Air Line for 25 anl and the end of another oC NWI of &-ction 28; the
NWya
.. ;years today to detract of Section 27 ; the NWIy Section 29 Lot Vi :;
in i.
conjunction : cad
pasture and has tendency 7 of .
a green one of the most popular men in the week will probably see the entire command I the people, a SW!i, S1! of SEE! of NE4. and NEI! 4 and 5 jt Sl'Ci..n: ; Section 3t
be ;
with the peanuts. The hogs should service. after ten months in Mexico, backin from his usefulness. of SE!4 of Section 34 ; ALL m TOWNSHIP I. and XWU "f lgltheELotRE1 ,
changed each day from one crop to the shown and admitted that 8, SOUTH OF RANGE Si EAST. 1N TOWNsmf'! 9, 14' <
a" about days be- "She is 11.years old," he continued, the United States. The order hit Having The 'W!. of NW!i, S!i of NWU. N'/i! of EAST. SIUTH OF RA.'iCa..., :.
within had
other to forty those for whom Dr. Burrell spoke of SW!!.. and E', of 'i'
"and has been a little sufferer all her to I onston's discretion the exact time SW!{, WIz; of SWU! ; Comnvncinir al a take
Y fore they are ready for market, when let a of Section 6 ; the W5 of SR'i on Earl* Artt
, :: no need for the Sunday pictures, SEi! of SWi! running 570 leaf
' they begin to receive corn. The life-weak, puny, nervous, no appe- for starting the movement northwaid. for those for of NEi. SEIi of NWl. Wj! of SEi. West 40 chain Noah to a stake 1 ;:
: may word be now spoken more or less
the tite, no control over her kidneys and When returned to the border the and SEa of SEoC Section 6 ; the Nei! line between Sections to the'SeeueI 1
corn should be increased and peanuts had headaches almost all the time. regulars will relieve a considerable whom he did not speak (and for whom of NElh SW?. of NE'4. {Vly of SEi of to Early Avenue. and 33 and thence 32; thena
decreased gradually until the animals of SE'4. N! of SR'y! oC SEIi, aloDI !'
NE .alII
he should have been their first speaker !; N-iI! Avenue to the place tf
'' I ration. "The child never was strong, even portion, if not all the guardsmen who I I and SEI of SEU of Section 7 ; the W!-| beginning: laid! 1lIet -t
have a full corn the of land lying io Section
without 33, \
' be- from the cradle, and when she got aitt'le are now stationed there. ), the poor, the ill-clad ( of NWI, of NWU, Wii of SEi! of NWI!, B. SOUTH OF K\ME 22 IN TOWNSlIIi'
Peanuts should be well ripened church clothes), the wretched, the and SEU of SWU of Section 8 ; the NWU 13 EAST. toetaiatgt i
older and would try to play with The withdrawal will send about 12- acres more or feu; also the
t into the Section 14 the SW!4 of NEU 1\'W14 1
of
{
fore fattening hogs are turned "Darkest New York the of SEri ; SWU of Section t3, in
the other children and weakto 000 relieve the guardsmen dwellers in S>, of NWI WI TOWNSHIP 8, SOIL
field. Immature peanuts are not ob was too regulars to NEI, of NEU of N\\"I?. j { 2 OF RANGE 12 },AST. ] 4
considered ad ignorant, the loafers, the drifting-in- of SWU. and SEtH of SEU of Section 17 ; Jf
: romp and keep up with them, it justdidn't but an American patrol Beginning on the West side of the
for growing pigs. of ofNEU. SeiWi
the
jectionable the NEU ofE! Sly NWU
o-the-criminal-class, the street-corner Air Line Railway, 60 feet
at seem right, for she seemed so equate, will be maintained to rigidly and S'a! of NEU! of Section 18 ; theS from the tester"
Since be planted any the
the
peanuts may track on South line
and anxious to be with them and do as enforce order on the border. "props, the homeless] and the non-stay <-i of Lot 4 and the Sly of Lot 5 of Sec Township 9 South of of Section Ik
Range
time between :March 1 and July, at-homes all of these to whom the tion 19 : the NWU of SEC{ of Section 20 ; 22 East on b'. I
in they did. It made me mighty sad and Notice has been served on "General ; redondu Grant line; thence running Wed!
since the different varieties ripen the NWU f NW! of Section 21 : the NEUof sky
theseof said Section lire
brought big lump into Cafranza that the United States would church is a meaningless thing; 2f721 feet; thence KM
particularly many a my NE\+. SWU of NE?.. Ely of SEU of fet
; 120 to 150 days, they are 1.300 ; thence .South 83 l2 .
: hog feed at dif- throat to see her that way, and somehow not hesitate to use armed formes again whom Justice Cropsey told the min- NE 4. and Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Section 22 ; the 2,229 Cl..t to the right of way decree of Mid IJ.'I
adapted to providing isters of New York that from his ex- NWU! of NWU of Section 23; the NWU ofSEri road thence 1
I could a'rig said
never get used to it. if to protect Amerlcritory an ter- : right of
ferent seasons. If a midsummer crop necessary and J.8,12 _and_ ..13 .or.,W'-i? of SWU.! i feet to l-eRinnm-r. way 1tlt
he had the containing 80
perience seen great good
and fattening "There was nothing in earth too and rights. The action of withdrawal of Section 26; the KW-i or wwi or LOt z, I less urea'r. .
is desired for July August or ; excelling 20 acres seld
wrought by the moving picture houses fractional part of SWU> of !\WI., and fractional to K. P; Ba
good for her and
Valencia be we did everything means the policy of the government dorf by deed rHJ-irdt-U in Deed Book "t" +
the Spanish or may of SEU! of NWU less 18
1 planted in March. On the other hand we could( think of to try and rid her of towards Mexico will be purely -nay, more, he courageously told the deeded part to Charles C. Shooter, of Section acres 28 ; 483 Florida of ,the and pub'ie records of Alachua com?. 1

if one wishes to fatten the hogs during the pains and weakness and make her formal ir. the future,. rather than al- ministers that the moving picture had the East three-fourths of NEV4 of NEU and McLaughlin! n".tlnl J.y deed; recorded 40 acres sold in Deed to Thoiui ;1
Lots 10 and 11 of Section M also all the BG'a
like other at times done more than the ; '
children "X"
many at 4""
the Florida ; but nothing seem- triustic. rage of Mid; records. :I
_ I September or October, Southeast portion of Lot 7 of Section 29 lying
Runner be planted at any times ed to do her any good. the recommendation that General churches in Brooklyn to help the classes South of the branch ; also all of Lot 8 of Also a certain piece of land conuiain &

may 15. The "It has always been a great worry Pershing be withdrawn was made to quoted above, besides relieving the Section 29 sold by Silas Weeks Nathaniel acres, more or I less, lying North of the Ire m
between March 1 and May earlier deseribtd tract, in said Section
Jones also all of Lot 9 of Section 29 6 and deem
; (except -
of much work. Justice jf:
'i plantings usually produce the larger to get something for her to eat that President Wilson by the American courts Crop- 12 acres on east side sold by Patrick ed in a deed from Laurence Wilks to C. A. 'i

yields. would agree with her, and it was a dis members of the.joint AmericanMexican sey is perhaps one of the best author- .' Kelly to B. J. Earle, and six and three-eighths Miller, r<- orit>d in Peed Book "R" at MB '4

Peanuts are not extensively used as heartening job, too, for almost everything I commission, after Carranza had ities on this question. He has been a eights acres sold acres to sold H. D.to Lewis Isaac, and W. six Bennett and three-and 92 t1'of the'public records. of said Alachna Con..

_' a green pasture for hogs because most would give her heartburn or sour failed to ratify the protocol agreed up- I district attorney, police commissioner, 18>2 acres sold to S. Barker now owned by Also lAla 8 and 9 :if Section 6 in TOwnahlt

., to let them for stomach or cause her to wake up in I on by the commissioners, as a settle- and is now a supreme court judge.It Shooter, described as follows: Commencingat 9, Soutn of Rane 2" East
farmers prefer ripen Also Lot 7 of Sfction 1 in
a point 1740 feet North of the Southwest Townahi j
t fall feed. However, a test conducted the night with pains. We'd try first I ment of the border dispute. would ill become us to presumeto corner of said Lot 9 ; thence East to lands South of Rane 21 Esst. .

.x by the Alabama Experiment Station one thing after another, and when everything advise Dr. Burrell, but it would owned by B. J. Earl and Patrick Kelly, or Also IP1--. sans in'Section 4 in Towtuhij f
; otherwise to the meander line of said South of Rargi 22 fast conveyed by Beaja:"
would fail we would feel dis- SUNDAY MOVIES AND THE seem that the wise course for those Lot 9
.. indicates that their use as a summer thence southerly along the meander line of mn: B. Eing end ylife to Rt. Reverend Ml:
grazing crop should be more gene- heartened and helpless. CHURCH; GOOD IS DERIVED ministers who have the best interestsof said lot about 1000 feet ; thence West about F. Young Kithop cj Florida by deed datrf:

F Where alone fed the cost "There nothing quite so depress- the people at heart is to recognizethe 6X0 feet to the West line of said lot; thence June 29. 18'9. and recorded in Deed Book "lat ,
corn was the fact North on said West line 810 feet to the placeof page 9.i8 of the ijitlic records .of said Ah. .
J ing as feeling that that the pictures have
.
to produce one hundred pounds of pork gets hold of New York Pastor Says to Consider the come Uginning; subject to the riparian rights chua County. >

j was $7.63, as compard with $1.85 when you when a little one of your own Good of Sunday Pictures.By to stay, that to oppose them is not only heretofore reserved on the North and East ScheduleB"
s flesh and blood is sick and helplessand useless but detrimental to their poweris sides of said Lot 9, with an equal right of The WLj. of Sectioji 14 ; Nay;, EH of SWtq
'
4 < the corn was supplemented with peanut and SEU of Seetio 16 3"
way to and through the branch channel of the :! w7? of NWU;
a pasture. In a second experiment depending on you, and you can- leaders and advisers; they should Santa Ie Canal) : the SWU of SW"!{, E'jof Section 23 ; and the ISWof SWU (contth.ing ,

the cost per hundreds on corn alone not find anything on earth to help (( Rev W. Ii. Jsckson in Palm Beach recognize that to use rather than to SEU! of SWU. S"-i of SEt.. and Lot 1 of 49 acres) of Section 31 ; IN TOWNSHIP
8, SOUTH OK R\NjE 22 EAST.
k them."I would Section 30 ; also Lots 1 and 2 of the N'-i of
; was $7, against $2.22 by the addition Sun.) oppose produce more satisfac- Lot 3 of Section 30. described as follows: Com. Part of Lot 2 ad 3 of Section i u it.

z of peanut pasture.It saw in the paper where Tanlacwas tory results. Take away the pictures,, mencing at the Northeast corner of said Lot scribed in deed recorded in Book "1"' tt '

helping so many women and elderly Without doubt the most momentous .and what do you leave for the multi 2, thence South along the East line of said lot Deeds at Page 244 ; the NVi of SWU of SE14 .
was also estimated that by feeding question of the day in the state of New 1260 feet ; thence West 136.5 feet, thence of Section 6 excepUa strip of six acre n
x in people with delicate vital organs tudes?-the saloon, tie dives, the vaudeville North to the shore of Lake Alto 1150 feet West side ; Ten acrfc in Section 6,-deerllkdu --
soiling con ;
peanuts as
a crop and who were in weak and run-down York is that of the opening of moving the sham "Sunday concerts"and I thence East along the shore of said Lake Alto beginning at \\'|cetera Northeast toner: _

: junction with corn, one acre of pea conditions, and as I studied the picture houses on Sunday. The state other more undesirable attest to the place of beginning 136.S feet containingabout being the .Southeastcorner of Lot T of nil ,
nuts land of aver four Section running: the*,ce West 440 yards, that
grown on capable produc- legislature is now called to deal acres of land; also a fractional
ing from fifteen to eighteen bushels of matter I didn't see why it wouldn't upon tions. part of Section 30, being the NWU of SEri North 110 yards tf"nee East 440 yank aid
help children; so I got the child a bot- with this important problem, and all thereof described as follows: Commencingat thence South 114 ysids to the place of beginning

corn per acre was equal in feeding tle, for I believed it sides will be most thoroughly repre- a point on Lake Alto 60 feet East of the ; the SEt, of fJWU of Section t; Ut
the A SLIGHT
value to 59.9 bushels of corn. was right sented and heard. It FIRE. center line of said: Section thence running 12 containing 40 acre. Lota II- and U of Wet
i would
thing."I seem at South parallel to said center line about 700 Melrose as shown cji plat recorded Jon, C,'
Y In comparison with other pasture just can't tell you how much the outset that there are three parties feet to a stake; thence East 12 degrees South 1883. in heed IW.okfQ" at page 930 of the
x when one-half ration concen- good Last 625 feet to stake about public records 'of //tachua County. And W>
crops it has done her for interested in the iSUe-the moving Friday afternoon the alarm a 580 feet North of
she seems like a the South line of said ginning at North'e-{ corner of Lot 1 of Wilt
: fed One fed "forty. thence South
trates was : acre peanuts picture people of all classes from the was given for a fire in the residenceon
different child. She's picking up the to the South line of said "forty," thence West Addition to Mrlttxt> thence run Sooth UJt
10 hogs 53 days; one acre sorghum fed weight and strength right largest manufacturer to the smallest Madison street near the Segboard 660 feet to the center line of said Section : chains thence west '5.07 chains thence: NortV.

10 hogs 46.6 days; one acre soy beans along, has exhibitor the track, owned A. Z. Adkins thence North along said 'center line to the westerly 11.51 chains thence North US thaiab
by
control her ; general public and the Esq. '
acre over kidneys and sleeps shore of Lake Alto, thence along the shore of thence East 27.** chtins to place of befiaaiftf.
1. fed 10 hogs 34.4 days; one chufas and eats as well as any youngster I church. These again may be divided and occupied by Mr. John H. Roberts said lake to the place of beginning, contain I containing by estimation 23 acre of land, anis

:" fed 10 hogs 32.2 days. This comparison ever saw. into two parties, as without doubt or and family. The roof around the chim- ing about ten acres ; the NWU; of NWU! ex- : Section 13 Lnea and 8 of SeetiM MS-'
,! cept a strip of ten acres off the West and the Fay i-f :aki'ti of Seetioa 2J: M,
side,
indicates that
be
: peanuts '
can very "Tanlac has given my child health exception the moving picture people ney at the east end of the house was NEU of SWU. El2 of SEU and SWU of SEri TOWNSHIP 9. SOl; 'H OF RANGE 22 EAST.

( generally employed as a summer graz- and happiness, I do believe and I don'tthink and the public are of one mind, while : burning, but the firemen quickly of Section 31 ; the NWU of NEU less one The SI. of SElJof NW'i of NE4, tte'Vi ;

: ing crop. This is an important consid- the church will be of another mind although I quenched the blaze. The fire had acre deeded to the Board of Public Instruc- (.f SFU of SV U of NEU of Sec of:.?: '
eration for sections of Florida there is anything like it in the start- tion. N'i of NWI... SEri. of,!\WI and five three acres ,r. Sou+east corner of SW!% rfNWU
many world. She now plays and like there are those within the ed on the roof, probably from sparks acres in the Northwest corner of SEri of SWU of S.*' .1 f; the South feveiMaithi

where peanuts make a heavy top the others and is romps church who are in favor of some qualified from the chimney But little damage of Section 3: ; ALL IN TOWNSHIP 8, SOUTH of NWUf N"VU.'the NEU of NW<4. .rf
; growth and a low yield of solid nuts just crazy about her OF RANGE 22 EAST. the North tJ.rrt-fov.jlhs of SEri of NW>,{ fl
Tanlac. Just now she phoned me from kind of Sunday opening.It was done. The of SWof I Section 10; the E'/of SEC o( Lot 12 N'ii!
Since peanuts are a leguminous crop has not yet that the Section 4 ; the EW Itainin; five unm'f Section 18; the NWIi
our home in Ingleside to be appeared of NWU of Section 9 all of Section .
; 15
sure lad : commencing ,
of Lot 12 and Lots U,
the vines are rich in protein and make fcnnu.ini.11 ten acres
church as body has at Northeast corner of SEU. thence
get her a new bottle. a officially spoken. and It acroniirg 14 Dudley's survey, of See-
valuable hay. The vines must be cur- "She to school is Nevertheless certain ministers have thence West to Northeast corner of NWU of SEri : tion 19:; tbs IS'.. oj SW'4 ,except five aens) ,
goes now id South to right of
ed before they become too ripe or they playful and enjoys life." jolly a taken upon themselves to act as unin- Quick Southern and Florida Railroad way; thence of Georgia East of Section 20 : and the NW!, of Lot If (_.
coining 10 i/ Section 30 IN TOWK-
'
acres' ;
will be-dry and woody. As soon as structed spokesmen from time along said right of way to the Section line < _
Tanlac is sold and to time. SHIP 9, SOUTH Ol RANGE 23 EAS?. 'C ,
the nuts are ripe the vines should be Cason in Starke; in Lake guaranteed Butler by Latest of these is the Rev. David Jas. said dividing Section Sections line 27 to and the 28.Northeast thence North along of Lots 2 end J I, lye' North three-toarih tf-.
by r-Cold Relief corner Lot ,4 and E1of. | 10, Lot 11 except sr,
garnered. Burrell SEU. the x>t ,
Tomlinson-Maines of the Marble Collegiate: place of beginning, in Section 28 ;
Drug Company in acre deeded to Jerkins Lot-14, 25 acm U teV
;; the
i vines Excellent are mowed hay can at the be produced right stage if the of Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; church of New York city, who, on a (ta usually found through the prompt Section EU 31 of: SEri Lots I and, 2, 3 the, 4 SWU and 5 of of SEri Section of of North part o' LoU' :, and Lots SOUTH 23 and iff ttr i:

in Lawtey.by the Cash recent Sunday morning, devoted his administration of 32 : and W'i of SWU of Section IN TCWNSH1P 10.
r ,: cured and stored. Drug Store; in a mildly laxative, Section 34 ; ALL IN RANGE 2? EAST, jind containing SIS tetavf
maturity, properly Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com- usual sermon time to the question of dispersive tonic-one that will scat TOWNSHIP 8, SOUTH OF RANGE 23 EAST. more or II-ss. J -

Peanut hay is usually of a better quality in the Sunday opening of picture houses. ter the Inflammation, remove the Lots of 5 and> 6 in Section 1 ; the Sty of And also al! l lams. interests in lank cal S,
pany; Worthington by R. T. SWU NW a. NI 4 of'W1i of
Taylor SWU! Lot
if it be cured under Es leases ed and controlled by :
land
can cover. Dr. Burrell waste, and help Nature to build 10 less four on o"* tafj
and in seems to have taken up acres on East side, and four
Sampson acres
City by C. A. Smith. a po .- March, A. 4A.
rompl tinaat on the 2nd day of
pecially is this true if it is harvested -Advertisement. sition of unqualified and uncompromising resistance. on West side of Lot 14, of Section 4 : the 1911. situate in Althua, Bradford. ClaytH-:
rains and humid NWU of NWU. N'i of SEri and SEri of '
during the frequent Putnam count.;** the State of Floriikwhether --
opposition. We say unfortunately Pernna SE 4 of Section 5 Lots 2 fi
is That Tonic. ; 1. and 6, N'-j of fpccJfifally not -
herein described or
atmosphere of July and August.'A because Lot i. East
the two-thirds of Lot of
550 worthy doctor 10 Section !
PERSONS KILLED IX EARTH- occupies a All the said lands'described in said Schah

peanut grower in Levy county, position of Its action ia usually 6 ; also part of SectIon' 6 within the Arre- :
unusual authority as the prompt very dnpdo A will be said at the time and place affirm
' ted an inexpensive! high shed for QUAKE. leader of one of the centers of public ef r active,and ita use II without harmful Line Railway Grant and except East 60 of acres the sold Seaboard to Joiner Air; said subject Ui all tisims. rights and intern d':
This shed is effects. Every household should not heretofore sure ndered or terminated
not en- also Lots
peanuts. thought' which should 1. 10 and 11 of Miller and Stertrt's .
,
qualify him ertii*
1A. Davis toothers under that
j closed. Cross pieces one as keep It at hand for this purpose,and Sub-Dit'ision of said Section 6 Lot 1 and and '-
are placed LONDON :
Jan. 26.-Five hundredand being well acquainted with the public every catarrhal sufferer should I sub-divsions! 1, 3 and 4 of Lot 4. and lease bad rontraet jilsted August 25th 1>S"<
regularly commencing tsa
., above the other about five feet apart. fifty persons were killed in the needs. This latter qualification he ap- use this reliable remedy. !' 26 T-3 chains North of the Southwest said between iA.Mt-lrc Dais e MnufacturinaCompaU fc Brothers whereby eertt*,
Poles are laid on these to make a temporary earthquake the island corner of Section 7. thence East 30 chains. ;
on of Bali to be !.
pears most .w
'I ac- thoroughly The North timber and other rthts were granted -
tablet
unaq- form win be found 13 1-3 chains. West 30 chains; and
floor. The is hauledto very
green hay cording to official A. Davis and Brothers.All .
an report received at quainted with, his whole sermon convenient. A tablet or two at the South 13 1-3 chains to place of beginning, of
tne barn immediately after cutting [The the raid i lan(, described i in uid SebaW
Hague and transmitted Reuter breathing lack of that aid Section
by
7
a knowledge ofa very beginning of a cold will frequently ; the Sly; of NWU of KEI... the '
ules "A" the -
Stud "B" will be sold at
! ; sand
and spread on the poles in layers about Telegram NEU of NWU. SEU of SWU
Company.A 23
great city which he for one shouldbe : prevent its development except acres place ubovp stayed subject to aU the Sh1 3
. one foot deep. The are un- London and these tablets on treat side E'-j of SEC.. and SWi; of SEri Mme:;'
wagons dispatch January 25 said the first to possess.In may be taken regularly except fire acres in Southeast stores and tu.-.oen..ne privileges on

;, loaded with ordinary hay sling, con news had been received in Amsterdamthat an ..outline which would be most with beneficial results. tion !8 : Lots 3. 4. 5 and 6 or the corner I\VI.of. Sec and parts cf the lands .ii-scribed in said SchrdIJII;;

sequently all the vines are dropped 550 natives Lots 9, 10.:1. 12. 13. 14. 15 and 16, and the "A"aud "U" conveyed to MusseUhiteBwrtCompany
had been IOC
killed and acceptable to his congregation, and to SEt; of Section 9, I ky the Receiver appointed is i;:
Lots
: 2. 3. 4 and ,
from above onto the curing floor. As two hundred others in which far Manyprefertheliquidfonn NWU of 6 and souse finder nulhonty of decree of above-
injured an earth so we agree, he showed how NE',. XEU of NWU; and W i of .
t dated November" "
.soon as one floor is covered the poles quake on the island of Bali, in the Ma they themselves had no need for Sun- j which I All the said! :and 15th." descried 1916. in said Sebtdalu"A" m

'1 re laid for the next floor until the"shed archipelago. More than a thouand day pictures; the Sunday opening is balf a for nearly hat and "B" oily I he sold at the time "":- "

. is filled to the After three houses I century place above subject to the lien taJel"ration
t' top. were destroyed it not .
added essentially for such been
was as the reirular the reliance SPRING TERM REVIEW of two .-..rt in mortgages from Htlrur .
- weeks the nuts and vines are thoroughly and the governor's palace was damag- congregation of the Fifth avenue:- I of the American [ COURSE Manufacturing C<|II.any.| a corporation *''

cured and ready for picking. The seriously. churches; neither need it be'for the Borne. April 2 June I 1917 Barnes & jist-up Company, now Souther J**.:
Both are good. cal Scores Compa'-yi of record in MortWR ,
poles are then pulled out and the entire Bali, which has population of about "tired working men" for whom the
Your drugfiit can mass falls together. 700,000, is one of the Dutch possessions doctor spoke, although we question his supply you. write for catalogue and full information. Florida, aril of record in Mortgage Boot 1%,.

Such shed be used for paze 3i4, Uchua { l l lur'da, upon wmd'Eald
a may curingall forming the Dutch West Indies. The authority and capability to speak for JOHN 6 'ounty dq *
Tire STETSON UNIVERSITY mortKAgrk is a balance \
there
kinds of forage and may also be island has an area of about 2,100 the workers, from whom he is so far P f3534.02, with intii-eht thereon from JtN&f .

used as a cattle shedduring the win square miles. removed in both knowledge and touch. PERUNACalColombo DELAND, FLORIDA 19th. 191-: -- ,
ter.4 O The ubovd ertfd sale will be made to*
t. For the I-
Multitude -
of ".
*, r undersigne.l' ''''cinJJ Mater for purpose
t Where it is intended for hogs to humus or absence of the necessary nitrifying Right convincingly did Dr. Burrell i.-fying the said decree of Court first berei! _

gather the nuts in the field mowing the bacteria in the soil. single out the classes to whom the Ohio fr above rnen'ionni.BAKER +i :t: .'

l vines is practicable, but where the crop These of J S. M. MATHEfSAa
bacteria,may be applied to the opening picture houses was not a .
is to be picked the nuts must be curedon seed artificially at planting time for a necessity, and so make good his claim. Full Supply of Special )faat -

the vines, which necessitates two & BAKEIJ, "
slight cost This is admitted.
per acre. Artificial inocu- thoroughly But how 7it
Z.
or three day s' sunning under favorable lation will he COFFINS AND Solicitors: '>r Ci'mpla'nant ;
omitted
not usually be necessary ex- carefully the numerous other CASKET*

"' t conditions or longer during rainy cept for the first crop. Each crop will classes to whom the open picture '

weather. This exposure makes a poor leave sufficient bacteria to inoculate houses would be at once a pleasure anda All Sizes and !
quality hay. the Qualities a.Sb.4 S.t. s.Yb ,v s"FirNt
succeeding crop provided the soil help. 1
; .The finer the stem the better the is well Was it .
drained. by accident or design that he Always on Hand ;

quality of hay, consequently the Valencia The amount of soil improvement resulting forgot to "have compassion on the !
and other large stemmed varieties I J. R. Davis :
from a peanut crop will de- multitude, the 80 per cent of thecity's
; do not make a good grade of hay. pend the millions o PRICES REASONABLEJ.
on amount of refuse left in not found in the churchon

The hay from the running varieties is the soil. If the entire plant, with the the Sabbath day These are they OLD i & jCompany: }
account of its t
usually preferred on roots is for
removed from the farm, the whom he should have had some C. CONE
fine stems although it is more diffi-
peanut will [consideration these RUBBER
actualy deplete the soil ; are they who want COPPER Lawte i
cult that that from the varie ,. :-: Florida
to mow <0
instead of replenishing it. If the roots the picture houses open on the Sab ;

j ties that grow more upright. with their nodules are left in the soil bath; these are they for whom he TUBES BRASS -- INSURANCE '
; Peanut hay is palatable for all kinds
'J the effect on future crops will be bene- should have pleaded for some means t:= .

t of farm stock and particularly valuable ficial. To get the greatest benefits of attraction from the thousand and ROPE SCRAP &... .
It is IRON < .
about I
for feeding dairy cows. General
from the crop the nuts may be fed to one vices from which properly regulated InsuranceI

, I equal in feeding value to alfalfa and hogs and the vines made into hay and moving picture exhibitions can and RAGS BONES Starke Florida l)
:-: tf
and is much more nu- ;
clover represent
red hay fed to the livestock and the manure will save them on Sunday. This is the none but FIRST ,

tritious than most hays shipped into returned to the land. precise moment SEND IT TO US WE fiOllT PHOTO t ( CLASS companies and will be
This returns in the life of Dr. Bur- +!rtti "iat.. "!+""

Florida. from 65 per cent to 80 per cent of all rell when he could (had he known his Write For Pricdijt : constantly on the alert to promote DaD'

analyses: nitrogen removed by the crop and the city) have stood forth as the cham I your interests. Guarantee Coivstipati-m Makes You .

..z The peanut is a leguminous plant grower gets a profit from the stock. .pion of the hundreds of thousands of /YI fIURHfIAIC Q courteous treatment to all That dra py, listless, oPP
with other !
a and may be used in rotation Under- 1 Hogs may harvest the peanuts and de- poor, helpless people who are looking CS7 c.e+\r cJCSO6muttu. trons. A well written pa. feeling generally results from -,; i

't crops for soil improvement. stroy the vines. This practice returns .for some one to champion their cause a first-class policy by pation. The intestines clog ?

r 1 favorable conditions it usually has a to the same field practically every i I Ii and lead them-yes, lead them-by class agent in a first- !I the blood becomes Pisone< {

large number of nitrogen gathering thing it grew with the addition of nitrogen i the moving picture house to the church To Cure a Cold In One company sometimes means ,this condition at once with Dr _r.L;

tubercles on its roots. Wherever the gathered by the plants. even as Dr. Reisner has so successfully Take LAXATIVE BROMO: Day much incase of loss by fire. New Life Pills; this gentle' no (J .

plants show a scarcity of these nodules done in the upper part of the city. Cough and Headache and Quinine worU alt Itston.t.the H. ing laxative i ia quickly etfl-lEd.

it may indicate an acid soil, lack of Trespass cards for sale at this office. _There was a time when clergymen $Drul1lt1sts:;. a'. CROVE'S refund signature money if on it each falls boa.to curl Cold, | C. RICHARD, Starke dose at bedtime will make Gets fOII> r:

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THREE
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-- board of health. The theft occurred I ARMENIAN GIRL TELLS OF THE I,"HUNGER STRIKER" GIVEN FOOD AUXILIARY LAl.tEXTIC GOES;:

I between 8 and 9 o'clock and the dia- HIDEOUS TORTURES BY TURKS THROUGH TUBE; DANGER PAST DOWN OFF COAST OF IRELAND

News: of Florida in Short Paragraphs. monds lost included a 7 3-4 carat dia- "-

mond valued at $6,000. There were Children Are Buried Alive-Horse- Mrs. Bryne Makes No Effort to Prevent British War Vessel sunk by SubmarineOr
seven diamond rings taken and two shoes Nailed to Prisoners' Feet. Administration of Food. Mine
Thursday.
[ State News plain gold rings and $75 in cash. Mrs. -
Live Memminger had taken off her rings -
NEW
YORK Jan. .
Mrs. Ethel
and washed her hands, leaving her Horrible atrocities practiced by the who LONDON, Jan. '8.-The British

rings on the dressing table in the Tdrks on Armenians are described by Bryne, began a "hunger strike"when auxiliary cruiser Laurentic, of 14,892
Told by Our Exchanges. she sentenced
=.J front room on the upper floor. She ,Mariam Levonian, a slip of a girl bare- was to thirty daysin tons gross, has been sunk by a subma-

went down to dinner and while at the ;ly 20 years old, who recently reached penitentiary last for on birth Blackwell's Island rine or as a result of striking a mine,
Monday control
i evening meal the thief entered and.i this country after an escape which pro- according to an official statement tonight -
FT. MEADE-A cabbage crop worth own a Ford is that he wants something I took the jewels, making his escape un took three months and a half to accom- paganda," was subjected to forcible ] by the British admiralty. Twelve

$15,000, which covers over thirtytwoacres better. detected. Other valuable jewelry in plish. Her dark eyes were still wide feeding late today for the second time I officers and 109 men were' saved.
in the Fort Meade section, is saidto since she began her prison term.A The statement adds that the vessel
the daughter's room, adjoining, was with terror as she told of a whole city
be the finest crop in the state this TAMPA.-Four little tots, the oldest untouched, the thief probably becom- of peaceful citizens who were put to bulletin issued by the physician in went down off the Irish coast last

year, by J. S. Dice, general managerof four years old and the youngest ing alarmed and leaving without a death by the Turks after the most charge resistance declared Mrs. Bryne offered no 'Thursday.The .

the estate of Leon Farm, who owns only eight months old, are crying and search of but the one room. A rewardof heinous tortures. Her mouth set in and indicated that she was commander of the Laurentic,

the big farm. There will be 544,000 hungry. Their mother, gone from the i $1,000 for the apprehension of the hard lines which had forgotten how to willing to take'it receive food, "but made no" Reginald Norton, is among the survivors. -

heads of cabbage cut at the close of the trials and tribulations of 'this world, thief and return of the jewels has been smile, she related, through an interpreter The effort food to administered of her own accord. He was appointed about six

season. lies in one bare room of their little made by :Mr. Memminger. Pinkerton how she had seen hundreds of through a months ago to the command of this
mouth tube, consisted of pint of milk
cottage, a corpse, and their father, detectives from Atlanta have been wir- homes utterly blotted out. a steamer, which was commissioned for

JACKSONVILLE the third I sick and unable to work, is with them, ed for by Mr. Memminger and are due She saw little children, many of two tenth eggs and some brandy. One-six- patrol service in November, 1914.
of of
a grain strychnine also
consecutive year this city has been selected hungry, cold and without clothes. The here this afternoon. Every effort is whom had played in the streets where was Owned: in Liverpool
given.
for the national rifle matches, I case is one which came before the Sal- being made to run the thief to.earth. she lived, loaded into carts and drivenoff Before being taken over by the Brit-
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held annually under the auspices of vauon army and Adjutant George I to be buried alive in trenches out- Concerning Mrs. Bryne's physical ish admiralty the Laurentic was in the

the National Board for the promotionof Morris has appealed to Tampa people GETS PRACTICE BY WIRELESS.A side the city. She saw 3,000 of the condition, the bulletin said her blood Canadian service of the White Star

rifle practice. The decision was for assistance. Before the mother is city's finest men, chained in gangs, pressure, respiration and pulse were Dominion Line. The vessel was owned

made by the board in Washington, be- buried it is hoped that some clean good marched out by the guards to be shot. normal, temperature "slightly sub-nor- by the Ocean Steam Navigation. Company -

fore which Gen. C. P. Lovell and Major clothes can be secured to wrap her recept number of the Miami Me- Day after day she saw the guards return mal" and that she was "generally im- of Liverpool.

William C. Harllee, Marine corps, appeared worn body. The four youngsters, cry- .tropolis contained the following, which for more prisoners.It proved." In the first two years of the war
on behalf of Florida. ing with starvation, are the childrenof I shows that Dr.' Fred Sayles, well was in 1915, Miss Levonian says, She had taken no exercise :today and the Laurentic was engaged in patrol '

E. L. Pitts of Thirty-first avenue known here, is both lucky and enter- one month after the Armenian Easter, her face and hands were washed for ]duty in the far east. While in the Pa-

called and Twenty-eighth street. He has been prising: that the teachers, professors, priests her, the bulletin said. 1 i icific she held up the American steam- ;

ARCADIA.-Grand jury mas unable to work for a long time and his "Miami physicians were again call- and all the prominent men of her city The decision to feed Mrs. Bryne for- 'ship China February 19, 1916, and seiz-
Monday to investigate the case made ed upon by wireless yesterday to go cibly was reached last I'*
children night, after the
are sharing his misfortunewith were seized without warning and im- ed thirty-eight Austrian and German ;
against Julius Coachman of Nocatee, out in the stream to patient
gulf get a physicians had
him. prisoned by the Turks. Each night, come to regard her con- subjects.The j
a negro who was charged with a crim- from one of the ocean-going steamersto dition as dangerous. At that time she
until all the men between 20 and 50 Washington government requested -
inal assault on a ten year old negro be brought here for medical treat- !
given
was and milk
were killed, the chained were eggs through a Great Britain to order the -
gangs release
bill found and the GAINESVILLE-Of all the
girl. A true was bum ac- ment. Yesterday morning Dr. C. F. mouth tube.
I Ipublic' marched to death. of the men, which was finally
commodations away ,
trial for his life afforded the
was placed on traveling received wireless
negro Sayles a message Her sister, Mrs. Margaret Sanger
Fifteen hundred in done.
in circuit court. The testimony againstthe on a railroad in Florida, that from the oil tank steamer, Norman men were kept who is
of the one building for three days, with the facing trial on a charge of the The Laurentic 555 feet long witha
man is said to be explicit and it Seaboard on the afternoon train Bridge with a cargo of oil for the Pan spreading of birth control was
appears'likely that he will be convicted. from Jacksonville to Cedar Key is the American Petroleum Transportation understanding that they were to serve issued propaganda beam of sixty-five feet, four inches.In .
limit. There is only one coach for the 'I in the Turkish army; but they were a statement today that Mrs. addition to accommodation for 150

white passengers, this coach having Company. 1 taken out and killed. Bryne had become unconscious and first class, 430-:second class and 650
no "Dr. Sayles chartered the yacht
smoker According to the girl's story, there was in a precarcious condition. third class she
and if a white man wants to passengers was equip
E. G. Graumlich
MIAMI.-One of the pretty and attractive smoke he has to go in the smoker of Greyhound, Captain were seven men very prominent in the Repeated appeals of Mrs. Sanger for ped with six an go holds with large refrigerating -
and beside the steamer in the
things on the Allapattah road the car for colored thus was soon city who were kept in prison and tor- permission to visit her sister were de- chambers. The Laurenticwas

now is a neat white barrel at the subjecting himself and passengers the conductorto gulf stream. It was found that Cap- tured and beaten at night for several nied by the authorities. Mrs. Bryne's a sister ship of the Megantic, an-
tain Duncan of the vessel had been
Stephenson & Stearns place at John- arrest. It is a shame that such mis- weeks. Every night the cries of these lawyer also was refused a permit to other ship in the! Canadian service requisitioned -
taken and he
son street which has been set to straw- erable accommodation seriously was placedon victims could be heard by people near see her. He later issued a statementin by the British admiralty.iwr4 .
berry plants. The plants have done be are permittedto board the yacht and brought to a the prison. Their captors demandedto which he characterizes as "untrue"the
the
furnished traveling public, santarium: in this city where he will
statement of the
splendidly and now nearly cover the and the proper authorities should not know suspected plans for an Armenian prison officials

barrel. The green foliage and the red permit such conditions to exist another receive"This medical makes the attention.third fourth time revolt against the Turks and when that Mrs. Bryne took food without as-

berries with the white barrel for a day. This branch of the Seaboard that Miami has been called or by the prisoners protested that they knewof sistance.

background makes a charming effect. is well patronized and the railroad upon no revolt plans, every torture was
wireless to send boat to the to
a ocean
This barrel will be exhibited at the company should be ashamed not to pick inflicted upon them. Hot irons were Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell
Dade county fair the last of next provide first-class accommodations for up an emergency case. stuck through one cheek and out the everybody. Advertise. Broken Lenses Duplicated |

month. its other. Horseshoes were nailed to their Same Day as RtcitvedV '
patrons. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell
PREPARE TO FIGHT H. C. OF L. you &SptdtliuoniUOrdtr-! i We ply Pastes
feet. i everybody Advertise. p? wo W.FOR5YTM aL

GAINESVILLE.-Suit has been instituted Convinced at last that the Armen-I
JACKSONVILLE.-Steered I .
by Attorneys Fred Cubberly by con- That is an Object of the Housekeepers'Short ians could tell them nothing, the Turks -- --

and W. L. Hill of this city, for Chris- fidence men, and made to believe that Course at State College. ordered them to leave the town under
by paying over $6,000 he could ii
topher and Josephine Londy, againstthe down $30,000 James pull I guard as the other men had done; but
Daignuldt of
Co-Operative Ice Manufacturing .they refused. They said if they must
Turner Fall Ohio All women of the state are inter- '
went all the
Company for $5,000. It is alleged that back home to get ,the and way ested in reducing the high cost of liv- I die they would die in prison. So the B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian
money, returning I
one of the drivers of an automobile never woke until he reached ing. So they will be interested in the next day the seven prisoners, who had

truck belonging to the ice company Jacksonville Saturday up and realizedthe Housekeepers' Short Course in Home secured some kerosene oil, set fire to 1

operated it in a careless and reckless true situation of the he had Economics announced by the Florida the prison. Three were burned death Well Driller

manner and had killed the little nine- been inveigled into 'game reading State College for Women, to be held at and the other four were shot by the i f

year old son of the Londys last Novem- account in the Florida upon Metropolis of an the college from February 19 to March guards. I have had twenty-four years experience in

ber while he was playing in the street similar case here, and raid made a 3. The main object of all demonstra- The only men, Miss Levonian said, ,
near Union Academy, in this city. a up- who were spared in the town were five
on a completely established joint by tions and lectures will be economy in Well drilling in Florida.
the local police. Daignauldt fell into food and in clothing. tailors, two shoemakers, one horse-

ST. PETERSBURG.-Robert Davis the clutches of a gang of "wire tappers" Members of the college faculty will shoer, four bakers, one doctor and one / guarantee to satisfactorily all
lecture on subjects related to the home druggist. The druggist was Misak complete
and Henry Kirby, two negroes about in Orlando, and was returning
16 years of age, were caught shortly there to get rich quick, when he decided and to the training of children. Miss Assadorriam, Miss Levonian's fiance, -- CONTRACTS '-:
before daylight Wednesday as they to stop over in Jacksonville and in- Anna Barrows, Columbia University, who with his sister, Arax, shared her

were attempting to force their way terview-the police will spend'the first week giving daily escape. Raiford
As the :-: Florida
lectures and demonstrations soon as men were killed the
into the Budd drug store. Accordingto on econo- )
mical preparation of foods. Miss Bar- Turks collected in one building in the
the confession that was wrung from TALLAHASSEE.-Wednesday af-
them by Chief Easters and Policeman ternon Governor Catts appointed M. 0. rows is a leading teacher of the scienceof city 800 children from 2 to 13 years of --

Trotter, they are responsible for almost King of Graceville to be superintendent home-making. She was the chief age, intending to raise them as Turks. ,

all of the petty thieving that has of schools in Jackson county, suc- teacher of cookery at Columbia Uni- But disease struck the children's camp .
and the Turks found food and medi- -
been going on in this city during the ceeding C. B. King, a relative of M. 0. versity for several years and was in -
past year. Plunder to the value of I King, who recently disappeared. His charge of similar work at Chautauqua. cine too expensive in war time. So

about $2155 was uncovered by the po- best friends cannot explain his leaving.He Florida women have the same good I the 800 were loaded into carts and taken -' +

lice and returned to the owners. has not been heard from in fifteen chances for an annual study of homemaking just outside the city, where sick SMOKEALL

days. State Auditor R. A. Gray returned subjects as do those of other and well were all buried together in i

from Marianna Thursday and states, who attend similar courses in the same trenches. I
PENSACOLA. Rewards of
\ $50 great numbers. Last forty-five It was on Saturday about the latter
year
reports King's accounts not short
each are offered for the arrest and return repdrted but records poorly kept. King as Florida women took the short course part of June, 1915, so far as Miss Le- PURE HAVANA
of two soldiers who made their
was jovial and apparently a happyman and received a diploma. vonian could remember, that the town w

escape from the post hospital prison living on a large farm with a big. This from a Brooklyn newspaperwill crier was sent about the city with the {II .
of
time between
; room Tuesday, some and 6:30 o'clock on midnight the morn- family. The appointee is a brotherinlaw i give you an idea of how Miss Bar- order that every woman and all the old \: The popular cigar of the South. Made by the '
, of W. H. Flournoy. The office was rows regards the general matter of people, even the blind and lame, must

ing of Wednesday. Their names are declared vacant because of neglect of.. economy: "Miss Barrows spoke of the I'sell their goods and their homes and I STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
Carl old
Hudson, 31 years and Robert :
be
duties and a successor was; appointed. necessity for strict economy, which ready to march to a deportationcamp
Walter Harris, aged 23 years. Ac- I faces the housewife. the following Thursday. Miss
A large delegation from Jackson isI now This, she
.'. cording to a circular which was issued here. said, does not mean niggardliness in Levonian was hidden by a kind and J Geo. L Massey, Prop. . Stc..rke"

from the post, ..each of the men left I the preparation of the family meals, wealthy Kurd woman, who concealedher FIa.'J

the post prison equipped with only a but; some knowledge of dietetics is required in her own household for about a

: suit of pajamas and bath robe Whether CRYSTAL SPRINGS.-The' next I to enable one to purchase and year and a half and then helped her ,

; or not they secured other clothing few months are going to see an unprecedented prepare what is needed to keep the :and her sweetheart and his sister to

;. was not known last night. movement of cabbages I family in health. "escape. _l
from Florida to the northern markets,
The general program is: On Thursday, Friday and Saturdaythe I\' \
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according to J. San Antonio I',
MIAMI. said 8:30 a. m.-Lecture on nutrition. tragic procession of Armenians
: "It is revelation -
a ,
Fla. and
L T. Cooper. the multi-millionaire pro- a Chicago, Chicago firm doing, Ill.a, a large membersof busi- 9:30 to 12-Demonstration and lecture I moved out of the city, driven by the Get your strawberry t

;_ prietary medicine manufacturer of on economy in food preparation, mounted soldiers. Their houses were +
in Florida The
; Dayton, Ohio, in discussing the advan- ness ment of this products.has ship-be- vegetable cookery, meat cookery, bread : immediately occupied by Turks. The ,,
vegetable already
making, and planning and.preparing j following week few of the wealthier
. tages of Miami as a winter resirt and from several localities, and Mr. a
i the opportunities offered by the soils gun Storch stated that during the season breakfasts, dinners and suppers. |women, who had been able to bribe the tickets j 1
; of this section for horticultural and 1:30 p. m. to 3:30-Lectures by the officials to give them a little more time
just there would be from 150-
' opening e
. Agricultural development. Mr. Cooperis I' college faculty; and men and women of ,,were forced to follow, and the city was
000 to of.cabbage
200,000 cars shipped I Florida who can give suggestions to virtually deserted.Not : 1..1
accompanied by Mrs. Cooper, the from Florida. His firm has contracteda
;" latter's mother, Mrs. Williamson, and here the home makers on rearing and caring a word was heard from the
considerable well
,
his interesting little son, Jay Byron. large acreage in the neighborhood as as of for children, housekeeping and on women for ten days. After they had 4 j!
acreages
They have been here since early in December Plant and in Manatee and home making. been gone for 13 days the young and .
. City county During the second week the after- marched back into
pretty ones were
having toured to the peninsular
1, other places, and he and his son, Geo.
by automobile. During the month he noon work will follow the program for the town, into a building called the "re-
i. has invested $100,000 in Miami real Storch the, were here Monday The investigating outlookfor the first week and the nutrition l"c- ception room," from which they were

''E estate.JACKSONVILLE.. crop prospects. tures in the forenoon will be continued. shipped into the harems of their Turk- rI'1

.I the cabbage crop generally is Three courses will be offered to sup- ish captors. One of these women told NOW k
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7' splendid, he says.TALLAHASSEE.The. plant Miss Barrows' demonstrations.They Miss Levonian that as soon as they ;

z" .-Mrs. Anan E. are, Sewing, preserving, picklingand had gotten out of sight of the town

| Waterman, aged 37 years, widow of new refrigerator jelly making; and food prepara- they had camped for the night. The

| the late J. H. Waterman, died at her cars of the Seaboard Air Line tion. The housekeepers may choose any soldiers had then come up to them and

L "sidence, 2033 Riverside Avenue, yest Railway are now in service between one of these courses. asked, "How much will you give me I

trday afternoon. It is said that herS this city and Jacksonville, and local No tuition will be charged for the to save your life until tomorrow?" i

death was due to poisoning, caused by milk producers are responding to make Short Course, and there are no en- This was continued night after night ,:

i eating what is commonly called "cas- the milk industry a great success here. trance requiremects. For information until the money of the women was all
tor beans," on her farm near South This part of the state is ideal for dairy about board or other details, write to gone.

t Jacksonville. Mrs. Waterman visited farms and the market secured by theTallahassee Director Home Economics Department Then the victims were separated in-

her farm last Tuesday and while there Boosters' Club is a per- Florida State College for Women,..Tal to two grojups. The old men, old wom- Don't wait

she ate some of the beans. That night manent one; the price secured is the lahassee. en and children were put to death. One ;.

she was taken seriously ill and although highest ever paid for milk for manu- hundred and fifty of the younger wom-

f: everything known to medical facturing purposes. The Purity Ice Stiff, Sore Muscles Relieved. en who repulsed the Turkish guards,

fi science was done for her all efforts Cream and Dairy Company of Jack- Cramped muscles or soreness following were stripped, driven into the desert till the last minute

,!.,: were futile. sonville, has an immense plant there, a cold or case of grippe are and left to die. The rest of the wom-
: and has plants in seven other sectionsof eased and relieved by an applicationof en were marched back to town.

I PALMETTO.-The high water mark the United States, and as soon as Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain "All through this horrible time," de-
conditions warrant will establish a big the skin or clog the pores like mussy
officers
; was reached last week in shipments of clared Min Levonian, "the German -
fruit plant here. There have been numer- ointments or plasters, and penetrates and soldiers in the city would do
and
vegetables from this place;
without Limber
quickly rubbing.
ous inquiries lately concerning ranges up to the Armenians. They THE TELEGRAPH
225 cars of vegetables and sixty cars your muscles after'exercise, drive out nothing help
.. of fruit left this port. Lettuce and and dairying conditions in Leon coun- the pains and aches of rheumatism, took no part in the massacre, but they ;

celery were the principal vegetables, ty, and the Tallahassee Boosters' Clubis neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprainsand seemed willing to let it go on. When
will boost
that
,': although considerable quantities of sending out literature bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Geta the trouble first came to my people,
. cauliflower, cabbage and some beans this as the dairying: section of Flor- bottle today. At all druggists, 25 the Armenian citizens went to the Ger- Printing of every description

were moved. And what is most grat- ida. ce ts. (3)) man missionaries and asked them to

ifying to the producers is the fact that co-operate in saving at least the Ar- promptly and at reasonablerates
the prices have held up the best ever LAKELAND.-This city is excited Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days menians who had been members of

known night of diamond Your druggist will refund money If PAZO their own churches. The German mis-
; for this time of the year. That over the theft Friday OINTMENT tails to cure toy cue of Itching "
;i smile of satisfaction which is always rings valued at $20,000, stolen from Blind,Bleeding Protruding Piles in 6to14day. sionaries refused absolutely to lift a

> t seen when returns are right, is appar- the residence of C. G. Memminger, the The first application civet Ease and Rest. SOc. finger to help the Armenians. They r

ent on hand. The only president of the Coronet Phosphate "
now every reason member of the state Trespass cards for sale at this office took no part, one way or the other.
that"a Palmetto farmer does not Company and a
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X I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES. |(I CALOMEL DYNAMITESA :'f,
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Bradford -to-
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.-f .. : SLUGGISH LIVER .N.T.RITCRPrei. W. T. WEEKS, Yice-Pra. J. II BITCH, Caahie.; : r'ti

a __. Rev. H. G. Denison sent a copy of _. ,
' Pobli .ed Weekly, and entered as sec. the Telegraph to his friend, Robert
J; at Hugh Norris, D D., of Philadelphia. Crashes Into Sour Bile, making
oDd class matter at the post-office I
Ii f Mr Denison is in receipt of a letter You Sick and You Losea ,
Starke Florida. Bank J
: -r from Mr. Norris in which he says: Bradford County

' j .r 1 j I "Some of my happiest days were Day's Work. {
{t ) E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner spent in Starke, albeit I was there but <
LAGERGREN, Associate Editor''a short time.- I have considered many
H. E.:
J 10f the people of that stirring and wide Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. :
.. !- little city as among my truest Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug-
i j What about a clock for the courthouse friends. It would give me great pleasure gish liver. When calomel comes into : -

_ i. tower? The green boards which to return some time and renew my contact with sour bile it crashes into' -..
I cover the openings where the dials j acquaintance with the dear'friends of it, causing cramping and nausea. of condition at the close of business December 31st -
I 'i ought to be are becoming faded. Such other days. Through'you, I am sending If you feel bilious, headachy, con- Report .
1" : an improvement would not be very I my very warmest and most affec- stipated and all knocked out, just go 1916 as made to the State Comptroller. .
costly, and would be of great convenience tionate greetings to the fOod people of to your druggist and get a 50 cent =:
; both to the townspeople and vista Starke, and especially to those of our bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis : '

I ta- s itors. own fold." a harmless vegetable substitute for RESOURCES LIABILITIES -
:i the dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland
Sunday morning at PresbyterianRev.
.; : The other day we saw a carload of Denison preached a most excel- if it doesn't start your liver and Loans and Discounts. $ 159,062.60 Capital Stock $15,000.00s y

>T timbers cut at a mill near Starke. The lent sermon, the subject being "The straighten you up better and quicker Bradford County 5th ood'I Warrants 26,045.22 Surplus and Undivided Profits 13,738.31Cashier's ':
'; ; sticks were square, 12x12 to 12x14 and Building of Character." than nasty calomel and without mak- Checks
2,000.00 Outstanding _
.', about 25 feet long. The annual rings, ing you sick, you just go back and get Town of f Starke 73.QQDeposits .

, .; by which the age of a tree can be told, MILLER. your money.If Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21113.84 257,003.85 !
only twenty on most of the sticks,. .
were be 5,861.50 .
take calomel today you'U Estate Owned
you Real
Other
for waste, i '
few
which, adding a rings -
sick and nauseated tomorrow besidesit '
; 1 103.98
':. means than in 25 years a pine tree may I i.t. < > '$> <$> <$> > > may salivate you, while if you takeDodson's Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured i
here large enough to square the 81,628.92
grow Banks
" Liver Tone you will wake up Cash on Hand and in
dimensions mentioned. The wood was We note with pleasure that the $ 'X
feeling great, full of ambition and
will make it !> <$> 295816.06 TOTAL $$295ll6l6
I. all sap, but creosoting Telegraph has set apart one page ready for work or play. It's harmless, TOTAL :
' durable for outdoor use and it is both to Bradford County Farms and -
: pleasant and safe to give to children; ,
strong and elastic. Some of the an- '? Farmers. As it has always been
; ._ ual rings were over half an inch in the policy of this paper to do everything I!> they like it. ((13-4%) Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction of
> width which showed phenomenallyrapid I'?* possible for the betterment '!
,
j t growth during certain seasons. :Q of the farmer, we feel like .'! Drew's Salve Vaporizing is sold to Croup our patrons and Pneumonia to business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience, '

: While the quick growth quoted is r they should take advantage of :,
benefit. We don't want if service all afforded by this Bank.
.? rather uncommon, still the pines grow t this feature of the Telegraph and '!' your money prompt are you
not benefitted when used in the treat-
' here rapidly, and Florida will help each other. Agriculture is :
. up very ment of ccughs, colds, Your account is cordially invited and are assured of
I always, no matter how close the set- C' making such"rapid strides at this croup, sore you our
j' tlement, furnish timber as one of her time and much experimenting go- ,throat, tonsilitis, bronchitis and pneu- all times.Bradford '
; monia. Your best attention at .
druggist will supply yo'ur
;! staple products. ing on that farmers'can be of '
L great help to each other by Drew Chemical Co., Macon, Ga.-Adv.
: Some time ago we read with disgust changing ideas. Let us hear from ?
"y. how a British warship had held up a $ the farmers who are making a l,12-9t.

: Norwegian ship coming from Iceland $> success of different lines, so that ,? WOOD CONTRACT TO LET. County Bank
,: with a cargo of herring. The British others may profit by their ex- $>
'?, r could find no excuse for confiscating S> perience. Hereby sealed bids are invited for .
'i the cargo, yet fearing that it might 0 0 1,000 to 5,000 cords of wood as follows: ,

} eventually reach the Germans, they ''.' ... . . Practically all heart dead pine wood, Bradford County's Financial
bought it on the spot, then threw the or close grain green pine wood with Stronghold.'k
t herring into the sea. This waste of na good heart, and to be four feet long
The friends of Carl Brown
It. ; ture's gifts may be excused on account proud many of his success in winning are the and split into such size as will be convenient Starke Florida : .
- t of but have heard for handling all knots ,
be
:: war exigencies, we prize in the boys corn club contest. ; to w i
i: of similar hapenings on the coast oft Carl did well and what he has done cut off close to the body of the stick;

i.;. California, the buyers then being men others can do. This should be inspiration all to be racked on the station yard of: _. ._ .,
... an -,,
-
.' who had fish on cold storage and they water and light plant in Starke. -
to other also '.
boys, to older
t .' destroyed theor purchases in order to For further particulars see Superin- :
farmers. Carl is and .
hustling
1< create a scarcity of fish. Now we un a boy tendent W. H. Philips or J. "R. Davis, -.",'..' .
+ derstand that food speculators buy up !congratulate will make his him.G. mark. as a farmer. We Secretary. Bids may be sent to J. R. 3DOI: .ocor 10001 OE301 .onosoa o. XOE30n i. Ii.

t fruits, vegetables, etc., only to let W. Harrison attended the funeralof Davis, Secretary, on or before 10
{.: them rot, and thuh bringing about an Capt. H. C. Parker at Antioch, Ala- o'clock a. m., Saturday, February 10,
{ .: artificial scarcity of such commodities 1917.
chua county, Sunday.
'. and the prices of what they BOND
" enhancing TRUSTEES,
J. L. Brown has been the sick
t, have on hand. If this is true-and in on 2t. Starke, Florida. WATCH AND
list WAIT
a the past week, but is able to be up
; the light of recent events it does not again. o
; -r ; look improbable-the American food CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN a.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wainwright(
x :' speculator has no more mercy toward Miss Gladys Hicks and Mr. Ancel i. ON YOUR WIFE S DRESSER Q"
: the helpless public tha nthe warring
Wainwright visited J. L. Brown and
c" ;, .; nations have toward their enemies. H. C. Peeples Sunday. For Theo _

Carl Brown left Monday f afternoonfor Cincinnati Man Tells How to '

1 I 'ii BRADFORD COUNTY BANK Fort White where he will enter. Shrivel Up Corns or Calluses -
:
,,:, school. So They Lift Off With ) --
t' A Solid Institution Offering Unsurpassed L. M. Stokes, of Lake Butler, spent o D. >

- Banking Facilities. Sunday night with his brother, N. II. Fingers. D :.
J Stokes.
'J ; i ---- o
0
fl Our readers' attention is directed Mr. E. Jones, of Suwannee county, Ouch ? ? This kind of l I .
t to the advertisement of the Bradford visited his niece, Mrs. T. H. Waters, rough talk will be heard less here in >
"
' County Bank in this issue. The state- last week.D. town if people troubled with corns will
:' ment of the bank's business is a true L. Clyatt, J. W. Parrish, N. H. fbllow the simple advice of this Cin-

,; copy of the last one sent to the state Stokes, W. L. and Eugene Douglassmade cannati authority, who claims that a {".
..11 comptroller, and is most satisfactory. a business' trip to Lake Butler few drops of a drug called freezone o We have just moved into the store next door too <> f

:'? The bank's business has steadily increased Saturday. when applied to a tender, aching cern
. : until it at last got beyond The entire community was shocked or hardened callus stops soreness at the post office and will put on a Grand Re-Opening }
r \ -: the capacity of the old staff and an when it heard of the death of Capt.H. once, and soon the corn or callus dries g
: additional assistant had be added. C. Parker, of LaCrosse, last week. and lifts Sale
to up right off without pain. on Saturday February 10th. Watch
it. It
s The Bradford County Bank has 'some Mr. Parker had many friends here who He says freezone dries immediately for jo
special features worth investigating extend their sympathy to the bereaved and never inflames will
J or even irritates be this winter's biggest
by those.not already acquainted with family. the surrounding skin. A small bottle bargain event. of
! .. them. Any information desired by old Miss Mabel Brown has gone to will cost very little at any drug'store
or new customers will be cheerfully Bland to attend school. but will positively remove hard o --- D
I given by the officers. President N. T. Mrs. T. E. Waldrup, canning club i or soft corn or callus from every one's feet. )
I ,I Ritch and Cashier J. H. Ritch are always I agent of Bradford county, was shaking Millions of American women will wel- M

J, at their posts to accommodate i the, girls in this community Tuesday come this announcement since the inauguration CASH
customers and answer questions about .in rile interest of the canning club. It of the high heels. If DEP ARTMENT STORE
is fo'te hoped that the girls of this your a
t the facilities of the bank. Small and druggist doesn't have freezone tell him
: large depositors are treated with county will avail themselves of this to order a small bottle for you. ((61)
i equal courtesy, and no one need hesitate opportunity to learn the art of canftkjg 0 {
t i f. to patronize the bank on account different fruits and vegetables. I. oo o . o o + Q

t of the smallness of his deposits. All Mrs Waldrup was accompanied by her 0 0 ._
1 i accounts are kept faultlessly accurate daughter, Miss Grace, and Miss Sarah 3> Watson's Watermelon Seed. N. $ Starke FloridaOQO a-
I t by means of the most up-to-date met Rivers <$> C. Simpkins Extra Early Up- $
'.' ods.. .. Pasco Douglass, of Ellisville, Colum- <$> land Cotton Seed. Carolina ,

I, bia county, and Raleigh Bielling, of Runner and Spanish Two Crop
; Q> Peanut
Seed. Heavy Demand 3
Providence, visitors in
were our com-
1 i PRISON PHYSICUXPPOI. & Write now for prices. 4> .
munity Sunday. 3> 0. K.: JELKS oco oaoc .
& SON, 'ono .
; onoc aao '- .onQt'
John .
Bielling visited his friends in Quitman, Brooks > ;
Co, Georgia. <8>
k i The Telegraph learns that Dr. Dris- Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. = I ,

eol, of Alachua, has been appointed Frank Chancey, of Lake Butler, vis- .. np .> pnrvr C) C,0 <;,0 -'.'
{, ;> physician at the state prison farm, the ited in our community Sunday and Get rid of that tickling cough bat
, appointment to be effective February Monday. keeps you awake at night and drains 4
*: 15th. Dr. Driscoll succeeds Dr. Hand- Charley Crawford visited Jacksonville your vitality and energy. Dr. King'snew Comer L, Peek
\ ley, who has held the position since last Tuesday. Discovery is a pleasant balsam Julian L l Peek |l
: the establishment of the farm. Barney Thomas made a business tripto remedy antiseptic, laxative and very ..
" ., Alachua promptly effective. It soothes the irritated
last Saturday.
i A USEFUL PAIN. Algar and Virgie Thomas visited at membrane and kills the cold COMER L. PEEK & SON
perms
Lake Butler last Tuesday. ; your cough is soon relieved.
Delay is
---- dangerous-get Dr.
Foster Glover made a business tripto New King's 4
Starke People Should Heed its Warn Lake Butler Discovery at once. For nearly
Monday. fifty years it has been the favorite 4
; inc. Albert Miller made a business tripto remedy for grippe, croup, coughs and Real Estate
---- Dukes. Tuesday afternoon. colds. Get a bottle today at your druggist III
Have you a sharp pain or a dull J. S. Brown and family visited at 50c. (3))
ache across the small of your back? Bland Sunday afternoon. 4 "

Do you realize that it's often a timely! Half Your Living 4

= treatment sign of kidney is a safeguard weakness against? Prompt more Without Money CostA 4 Unimproved farm lands throughout Bradford County

,; serious kidney troubles. Use Doan's'Kidney right or wrong start In 1917 will 4 .
-?-, Pills. Profit by a Starke res make or break most farmers In the III and in northern part of Alachua
ident's experience. South. We are all facing a crisis. County.
This war in Europe puts things in .
Mrs. A. E. Moitt, W. Call Street, such uncertainty that no. man can ..

Starke, says: "I had kidney troubleand foresee the future with any degree of
suffered from dull, nagging back ESPECIALLY clearness. 4 Stock Ranches

.. aches. ,I was also distressed by head ADAPTED cotton The sure acreage and means certain lower increase cotton in 4 Improved Farms, Resident Lots in '

aches. I used D an's Kidney Pills prices next fall. Cost of all
food and Starke
FOR YOUR 4
and they relieved the kidney annoyance STATE grain products is high, so high that Turpentine and Timber Lands and

Y 1 and rid me of the backaches." no one can afford to buy and expect 4 .

(Statement given March 10, 1911.) to It's pay out with cotton. Waterfront Lots on Shore
FREE a time above all others to play 4 of Kingsley.COMER .
Lasting Benefit. safe .
; to produce all possible food, .
Over three years later, Mrs. Moitt grain and forage supplies on your -
said, "I haven't suffered to amount to own acres; to cut down the store bill. .- 1 .'

anything from any symptoms of >kidney OUR INSTRUCTIVE A good piece of garden ground, Thirty.six Years ,
rightly planted rightly Real Eatate
tended and Business
a, complaint since Doan's Kidney CATALOGUE ANDWEEKL kept planted the year round can ba You Here Fit Ua to (trice
; Pills made a cure of my case." Y made to pay half your living. It will 4 FULL VALUE For Your Money
Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't save you more money than you made i

: simply ask for a kidney remedy-get PRICE- LIST "on ever the grew best! five acres of cotton you | f. id*?

i Doan's Kidney Pillsthq same that SEND FOR Hastings' 1917 Seed Book tells all 4
- Mrs. Moitt has twice'.pjablicly recom THEM TODAY. about the right kind of a money sav L. PEEK f fPAGE ?-

mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props, lag,garden and the vegetables to put < '& SON !
in

j Buffalo, N. Y. (31) E5WI01N SEED. )) <02< real well It.farm and It tells shows prosperity.about you the the It's field clear Free.crops road Send as to < STARKE FLORIDA

Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell for it today to H. G. HASTINGS
Ct),
everybody. Advertise 0 JACKSONVILLE FIAT Atlanta! Ca.-AivL i
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE
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I Mrs. J. J. Silcox, of Miami, was here BOX SUPPER.The BAPTIST CHURCH. 1 Ir. W. .I. Wainwright has entered t

during the week on a visit to relatives.B. the employ of the Bradford County :
ii
Girls Athletic Association of the The special services closed last Sun- Bank as a bookkeeper and will be succeeded I

i Bits of LocalInformation iii J. Sapp, of New River, was a business Starke high school gave a box supper day night. Ten services were held and as dept ty tax collector by W. ,

visitor to Starke Monday.L. last Saturday the residenceof ten persons united with the church. It E. Wainwright, wo was for many years ,
evening
chief in the office of-the :
deputy county
was a good meeting in which the mem-
i JL II Sapp, of Raiford, was a business Walnut Mr. and street.Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, on N. bership was very loyal. There will be clerk. :.

visitor to Starke Wednesday.Dr. regular services next Sunday morningand
aLit .The high school girls and boys, their evening to which the public is in- Winter Brings Cold to Children. f

II c..JrtI Omv Tt..-. SMMM Mtf L. L. Lamb teachers, and a number of invited vited. A child rarely goes through the en- t
nliM+ M W Cm4..l r...... Tj visitor to Starke Wednesday.S. of Brooker. was a guests enjoyed this very pleasant af- The literary society will meet in the tire winter with out a cold, and every

fair. After playing several amusing Sunday school rooms of the church on mother should have a reliable remedy

games, the attractive looking boxesof this afternoon (Friday). handy, Fever sore throat, tight chest
-' D. Dukes and J. R. Groover of very tempting eatables were auctioned W G. LAW and croupy coughs arc sure symptoms.A I
J. A. Tyler, a strawberry man of Mrs. Laura Blizzard, of Athens, I I the; Graham section. were transacting : off in a professional manner by Pastor., dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey I

Saxton, was in town Saturday.J. Tenn., came yesterday to visit at the busines sin Starke Tuesday.H. Mr. Harold Brown. The sum of $31.60was will loosen the phlegm relieve the con-
lungs and stop the cough. Its
home of her brother Mr. realized and will be used gested
J. W. White. same
E. Johnson and family have mov- P. Gainey and Elder Cunninghamand for the benefit of the Athletic Associa- Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe antiseptic pine balsam heal and soothe.chronic ':
and
ed to Starke from Macclenny.Mrs. H. N. Allen, an energetic and cap- wife, of Brooker, were visitors to tion.; GROVE'S Old Standard TASTELESS general chill strengthening TONIC drives tonic out, For bronchial croup, whooping trouble cough try Dr. Bell'sPine -

able young man, will assist Express Starke Wednesday.Tax lariaenriches the blood.and builds np the a ys- Tar Honey. At all druggists,
Alice Rowe, of Lawtey was in Agent A. P. Hoffman during the busy = -Ii t.n. A true tonic. For"''ultsatxi children. SOc. 25c. (3))

town Monday on business. time soon to come. He came here Collector Dowling has found it i --
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from Lake City. necessary for his own and tax payers t tr
Mr. Joe Reed, of ,Lawtey, visited convenience to
,
partition
run a across
Starke Monday. Mrs. Mabel Duncan, who is teacherof his office. The partition is a stylishone Worn Out l? Ii I ITHE'

music in the Jennings school spent and gives an up-to-now business r l
RUB-MY-TISM-Antiseptic, relieves the week-end at the home of her appearance to the office.
aunt, No doubt are U
rheumatism, sprains, neuralgia, etc.J. you If
Mrs. W. G. Law. Mrs. Duncan has a you suffer from any ol\the
number of pupils here, to whom she Very few men ever have a longer P numerous ailments to
R. Tison contractor and builder gives lessons on Saturday.The term: of public service than Judge T. which au women an subject -
was in Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. W. Sweat'one of Starke's well known Headache, back-

citizens. He served as tax assessor of ache, sMeache, nervous f
Henry Sapp, of Lawtey, was Bank of Starke invites the ber- Starke for twenty-eight years in all, ness, weak, tired feeling UNIVERSAL CAR I
here on business Tuesday.J. ry growers of this whole section to was mayor of the town for several are some ot the symptoms
make free use of its facilities and must rid
during
YOU
terms: and justices of the of the'-
peace
E. Futch had the coming season. Whatever your Starke yourself of t I
Esq., professional business is district for sixteen years. to feel welL Thousands
you will be welcome. .
business in Jacksonville Wednesday. of women, who bfcjre Everywhere Ford cars are building small business I
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crow, of Platts- been benefited by this f
B. W. Dees a noted farmer of theFt Following our usual custom we have burg i Mo., are guests of Hon. and P remedy, urge you to into "Bigger Business." Whatever your cost f

Call section, was in Starke Mon- denominations stocked up heavily on change of all Mrs. A. S. Crews. They are n Floridaon TAKECardul of transportation the Ford will lessen it...with a I
for the of the
day, use berry a pleasure trip and will visit Os-
growers during their busy season. You teen: Gainesville, Sanford and Hampton greater measure of usefulness, It multiplies sales'I!

P. M. Padgett, of Lake Butler, was are invited to make free use of this : where they have relatives or I
men wherever they travel and costs about 2 centsa
in Starke on business Wednesday.More feature of our service. Bank of Starke friends. Mrs. Crow was formerly ,

Miss Ola Brooking,' of this city, and mile to operate and maintain. With more than

bread and better bread at the Woolsey's,Paints and Varnishes are her many friends here take pleasurein ,
Bakery Shop. 1262t. the best that we can find-that's whywe greeting her again.METHODIST 1,750,000 Fords in active daily service you don't experiment

sell them, and in five hand-
years' with Ford value.
Prof. E. A. Kennedy of Lake Geneva ling we haven't had a complaint.< CHURCH NOTES. The Woman's Tonic .. i
Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Touring Car $360 Runabout $345 Couplet $505 !
had business in Starke Thursday. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, :

Messrs. H. D. and L. J. Mott did Holy communion will be administeredat P Clifton Mills,Ky., says: Town Car $595, Sedan Sj45-all f.o.b. Detroit. 1 =

Henry Bridges has returned to some effective work Wednesday rolling the close of the morning service, "Before taking Ca r d u I, Place your order now. '
Starke after a month's sojourn at West and all true Christians invited to
big stumps with the logs attached out are I was, at times, so weak I
Palm Beach.A the Lord's table with Starke A. W. & Q. A. ANDERSON Florida
of the holes. It was done by the intel- us, regardlessof could hardly walk, and I,
denominational lines.
ligent application of mule r.
fine line of coffee at the Bakery pow All our members, and as many of the pain In my back and

Shop. 1262t., Biss Nannie Howell recently won our friends as will join us, are requested head nearly killed me. ,I

the Times-Union cash prize for the to bring an offering for missionsto After taking three bottlesof
The Loyal Temperance Legion will largest number of subscriptions in a one of the services. Le the offering Cardui, the pans dis ::1it

meet this afternoon (Friday) at three- given length of time. Miss Howell desires be placed in the portion of the duplex appeared. Now l eel as

fifteen, ,at the high school auditorium.Mrs. to thank all those who assistedher envelope arranged for this purpose, well as I ever did. Every

with their subscriptions.Mr. and let the donor's name be written P suffering woman should
J. M. Truby and her son, :Mr. plainly, so that they everyone may get try CarduL" Getabotfle !

J. J. Truby, spent last Monday in Jack- W. H. Robinson, of Folkston, due credit for all they do. The stew- today., E68SHERIFFS i

sonville. Ga., paid the Telegraph a visit Wed- ards will'gladly furnish envelopes to
nesday. :Mr. Robinson is interested in all who desire them. A cordial invita- "
Mrs. H. Tomlinson of New River, I the berry market for The Stewart tion is extended to all strangers and IIMDBY

is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Fruit Co., Baltimore. He is also a visitors to worship with us. i 1j

Poppell. newspaper man, being editor of the SALE. j -

Charlton County Herald. MRS. UGLOW ENTERTAINS. Notice is hereby given that I, W. J. Epperson '
Break your cold or lagrippe with a m m sheriff of Bradford County State of Flor-
ida, under and by virtue of that certain writ
few doses of 666.
The Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion Last week on Thursday afternoon, of execution issued out of and under the seal !
will meet next Monday after- Mrs.. John Uglow entertained compli- of the 'Circuit Court of Hillsborough County I
Florida. against Nancy E. Little and LeonM.
Carpenters are busy repairing andremodeling noon, February 5th, at three-thirty, mentary to her sister-in-law, Mrs.. H. Littieher. husband and in favor of H J. I
the Futch store and office at tfie home of Mrs. J. W. White. An Ford, of North Branch, Michigan, and Minicnj; and; dated the 22nd day of.January, Z00 LBS. Itr ,
building on Call street. A. D. 1917. will offer for sale and will sell to
interesting and instructive Miss Carrie
Uglow who has
programhas recently
the highest: and best bidder for cash at the
been arranged. All members and returned home after spending several court house door in the Town of Starke Brad-
Violin Lessons-Start right and suc- those interested in the work cordially months with relaJives in Michigan.Mr. Ford County Florida on Monday. March 5th.
1917 the being legal sales day of said
c.s is assured. Prof. Al. Witherington invited to be present.A and Mrs. Uglow's attractive court during same the legal a hours of sale the fol- r ;
Box 188, Starke, Fla. It. country home is noted for the lowing described real estate situated being
gener- and lying in Bradford County Florida: to-wit: n l' L N
half carload of candy and chewing ous hospitality which is dispensed to No.'1. Commencing at NW corner of Madison : '' &,1L4 r
Mr. J. S. Brown, who is. in businessin gum, all kinds, just received at all guests who enter there, and this i and Myrtle straits in Starke. and run ILSON iTOOMER I
Plant City, came up Saturday and 'I the Bakery Shop. 1262t. occasion was no exception to the rule. West on Madison street 210 feet thence North 3.3 FERTILIZER C0' 1 K
334 feet. thence East 210 feet to Myrtle street I
I
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spent Sunday here with his family. The hostess treated her guests to a thence South along said street 334 feet to the JACKSor4vl., FLA I
B. Z. Matthews, Bradford's expert bountiful and delicious spread, con- point of beginning in Gaskins Addition to the T'
Town of Starke. in Sec. 29. Tp. 6 S. R. a 1
You can get hot bread and rolls every well driller, was a pleasant caller at sisting of a salad course and cake, be- East containing two acres more or less.
day for dinner at the Bakery Shop. tht Times office Tuesday. Mr. Mat- ing assisted in serving by Mrs. II. G. 2. Commencing at SW corner of Madison

1262t. thews had been on a trip over the Denison and Miss Carrie.Uglow. and Myrtle Myrtle stdeet streets 105 in feet Starke thence and run West Southon 105 Make Early Cotton ,

county and reports business good in The guests present on this occasionwere feet thence South 105 feet' thence West 105
Mesdames M. C. McKinney and J. his line. Mr. Matthews is one of the Miss Nita Bessent, Mesdames T. feet thence north 210 feet to Madison Street
thence East on Madison street 210 feet to the
B. McMillican, of Louise, spent the best well drillers in the state and has P. Wall, J. E. Wilson, G. C. Livingston, point of beginning in Gaskins Addition to Get your cotton made: before the boll
weekend.with Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. invented N. B. Hull J. the Town of Starke, in Section 29, Tp. 6, S.
recently an irrigation plant C. Robinson, R. J. Floyd, Range.22 East containing 3-4 weevil can ruin it. Early larfinp] Ideal
acre more or
which is a success.-Lake Butler Times: of Colorado Springs, Col., J. R. Davis, Fertilizer and thorough cultivation means
Mr. R. Hess and family moved Monday E. T. Campbell, H. G. Denison, Rufus less.No.. 3. SW l. of SE'i of Sec. 35. Tp. 6 S. cotton for Ideal Fertilizer

into the cottage owned by Mr. A. J. 0. Turner, who left here a few Hodges, W. B. Kuhl, A. Price, King- i R.No.22 E.4.. containing Eh of NEV4 40 acres and,EVj more of or NE'less., of early quick, steady, growth. gives

,. E. Wall, on Cherry street. months ago to engage in the bakery ston, Penn.; R. S. Fernandez, T. N. NW!4 of Sec. 36, Tp. 6, S. R. 22East con-
,. business at, W ycross, Ga., has decided Limbaugh, J. E. Futch, J. S. Brown, lam'ng 100 acres, more or less. wr4e'to i us for prices. J
Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., of Gainesville, that Starke is good enough. He C. H. Denslow, of Cleveland, Ohio; C. I,,7 No.5.S. R. 22 SVi E.of, containing NE'4 of SEV4 20 acres of Sec.more 10. Tp.or ;

came up Wednesday for a few days' and his family arrived Wednesday and S. Durling, A. V. Long, J. M. Truby, ,less.No.. Wilson firToomer Fertilizer Coy

stay in Stafhe.RENTSLet. will again be citizens of Starke. 0. L. Nash, J. C. Nash, J. W. Killian, I, NW 6.!% of SW Sec.>4 of 11,NEU Tp. 7 and S. R SW. 22 4 East of SEy4of con- Manufacturer Ideal Fertilizers rl

Waynesville, N. C.; Miss Amelia Ray, :taining 50 acres more or less. ,
us collect your rents. Messrs. Albert Anderson, Lanier little Annie Long and Alice Fernandez, I' No. 7. NEt of NEt of Sec. 13. Tp. 7. Dealers in Fertilizer Materials, I
S. R. '
22
E. containing! 40 acres more or
Prompt remittance. Bradford Coun- Droke, George Anderson and Ellery .l. Ford, North Branch, Mich. .. Spraying Machinery and Insecticides _
less.No.
ty Abstract Co. 1-19-2t. Davis, four of Starke's young bache- 8. NE'4 of SEt of Sec. 17. Tp. 7 S. Jacksonville; Florida I i
R. 22 East, containing 40 acres more or
lors, have rented the Haynes residenceon less.
R. K. Nipper, a hustling and affable Madison street and set up house- r LASS IF IE W. J. EPPERSON
solicitor for the Jacksonville Times- Sheriff of Bradford County Florida.225t w ::1
keeping. Ji
Union, was Li Starke the first of the V ADVERTISINGWANTEDMan \J i

week.A. Don't forget if you want candy, a I

cigar chewing gum chewing tobacco, to work on farm. Apply -
:M. Guthrie, who moved from smoking tobacco or cigarettes, the H. L. Stevenson, Route 2, Starke.

here to Ybor City about three years Bakery Shop is the place to get it. 1-19-tf. II.II.I
ago, has returned to Starke and will ,
1262t. FOR SALE OR TRADE-First class '
farm east of town. I !
Ford touring car. J. E. Wilson, '

Mrs. Emma Wimberly, of Mobile, The Cash Department Store, Sam Starke. 1-26-2t. i 1OESLH
has been moved I fiI
Ala., who has been visiting at the I Rosenberg proprietor I
from the building to the store S\LE-Best for
home of her brother Mr. A. Z. Ad- Hodges FARM FOR kind I
,
kins, left for Miami on last Sunday.A next door to the postoffice. Mr. Rosen- strawberries. E. Simmons, Route I.
berg will celebrate his removal by 1, Starke. 1,12-7t.
big sale in the near fu
putting on a
nice line of chocolate candy at
the ture. FORD FOR SALE-60-inch axle, 1916
Bakery Shop. l-26-2t.
model Ford Touring Car in splendid :

, Mrs. J. W. Killian who has been Tuesday was the first day of the condition, tires new. Price $375. F. !
,
,1.
when shipment of strawberries E. Lautz Lake City, Fla.
,
M:'iting ruby her, left parents Monday, Mr.for and her home Mrs. inWayne J. ty-three season of any bushels magnitude a were sent was off made.that Six-day SEED PEANUTS.-I have the N. C. H What Size? How Much?

!tille, N. C. -about one-half of which number was Flat Vine Seed Peanuts. They are I I I

and the other half by new crop and sound. Write today
Dr. A. H. Freeman is having the by refrigerators.open express Messrs. Hull, Truby for prices. H. T. Hall, Lowell, Fla. 4
front fence of his premises moved to 12-22-tf.
the true street line, and is having oth- and Durling were the shippers.State That is all we need to ask you the size and the. a a

er improvements made. FOR SALE-Good clean rice, 20 Ibs.
of Ohio. City of Toledo, for $1 Will clean your rice and grind : price want to : I J
Lucas County ss. feed Fridays. Oneeighthtaken you pay.
The makes oath that he your on
rehabilitation of the ice factoryis Frank J. Cheney
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. for toll. E. L. Ware at Peek's : I We ANY size. i
going on as fast as material can ar Cheney & Co., doing business in the mill. 1-5-tf. can give you
rive. Within two weeks the factory City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid -

will. begin to make ice again. sum,of and ONE that HUNDRED said firm DOLLARS will pay tlw for FOR SALE-At a bargain if taken at : I You can pay ANY KIND of a price you want to, I .

each and every case of Catarrh that once-One horse, top buggy, top .
Capt. J. T. Hickey has received a CATARRH cannot be cured CURE.by FRANK the use J.of CHENEY H LLS wagon and one horse wagon. Only : I and whatever the price you pay, it will be the BEST ;

new and up-to-date feed grinder to be Sworn to before me and subscribed cash deal considered. Jay S. Brown.

run installed by the gasoline his engine southeast he lately of In ber.my A.presence D. 1888., this A. 6th W.day GLEASON of Decem-. 1-26-lt. I value for the money to be found any where in this 1

on place (Seal) Notary Public.
,Starke. Halfs Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern- STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE section. I
ally and acts through the Blood on the Klondyke and Missionaries. Fifty .

Everything in lumber and building Mucous for testimonials Surfaces free.of the System. Send' other varieties, guaranteed true to That is the inducement offer AND NO'OTHER r
materials is advancing. Save money F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. name and free from disease. All I :, I we you '
'by purchasing now. Quigley Lumber Sold by all Druggists. 75c. ask i? a trial order. Catalog frpp. '
I k: Supply Co. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. r J. Keifford Hall, Rhodesdale, Md. I HOUSE CAN TOUCH IT. i i

r i H. C. Waters, agent, Starke. M9-4t

I The United Daughters of .the>Con- JOHN WRITE & Co. I .
FOR SALE-Early speckle velvet
I I'- lion federacy next will Wednesday hold their afternoon Februrfy, ses-the LOUISVILLE MMrtnMt. KT.Llbwvl beans, $3 per bushel. Mature early, :
Starke
fth the resi- very prolific, sure crop, splendid N. Sternberg
1 inst., two-thirty, at sad tall ralw 1a1d
pasture for summer and fall. Orderat !
dence
I of Mrs. R. A. Weeks. for FURS once supply limited. Selected seed

! Read the Bradford County Tele-; HitfM ..< corn $2.50 per bushel. 0. L. Mizell, I : F1oridJjja !
i 1-26-5t.
Dukes, Fla.
Goaakl...
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't BRADFORD COUY TELEGRAPH, StARKE, FLORIDA. FRII"i, FEBRUARY 2, 1911L .
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Bradford County Farms and Farmers .( 1':;




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desirable fertilizer ;' level except where the land is likelyto Florida Runner z
1 and unleached, is a and Jumbo i.j
GROWERS ASSOCIATION 3 become wet before the crop is ripe.A will remain solid
STRAWBERRY RATE CASE WILL MAKE EXTENSIVE l as it contains approximately for. several .,
four to six inches high should ter ween at_f
ridge ripening, the
WILL SOON BE ARGUED SOONH. ELECTS ITS OFFICERS to 4 per cent potash and twentyfiveto tops die A
IMPROVEMENTS lime. The price thatis give sufficient elevation. Land requir- and thus impair the :!.'
thirty cent quality;
per of ;
hayn; : ,
will be suitablefor
charged for Canadian ashes may ing a higher ridge not nuts will separate from '

ARGUMENT WILL BE HEARD BY L. STEVENSON WILL INSTALL COOPER IS PRESIDENT AND DAVIS make it too expensive for a peanut peanuts. After the surface is making difficult/ harvest. the .,' '1

WASHINGTONON SECRETARY.-. BRONKE fertilizer and farmers should purchasesuch smoothed the rows may be laid off Peanuts are Usually
COMMISSION
IN WATER AND LIGHT SYSTEM I I harvested
oh guaranteed with a marker, the seed dropped witha Florida ly running La'i '
only a a
goods turning
.
FEBRUARY 14TH. AND BUILD BIG BARN. I RE-ELECTED SALES MGR.A analysis.The I planter and covered about two inches below the roots to cut them plow Ju3t "
loose : .'
Germination will be hastened if moldboard is T1 '.
ftooooo- seedbed for peanuts should be deep. take {eff SO that
f rate of the six 'to ten inches the soil is well packed over the seed is thrown on the vines. no dit ;
attended meeting broken As
thoroughly
The strawberry case, in which Mr. Henry L. Stevenson, who about largely nuti of the ,r
the wheel of the planter. If :
with Spanish
testimony was taken last September, three years ago bought the Rising Starke Growers Association was.held deep in November or .December. All press variety adhere well in dir--k
, will come up for oral argument before farm and pecan orchard four miles last Saturday afternoon in the council vegetable matter should l>e turned: aa- the weather is favorable the plants II ging they may be 'bulled withoUtif

the Interstate Commerce Com- west of Starke contemplates making room at the city hall The principal dar so that it may be well rotted le- should be up in eight to ten days. Plowing if the soil is loose? Pflll1t 1.

mission in Washington on February extensive improvements about the business before the meeting was the fore the rep is planted. After plowing Should there be any missing plants after diggers similar to potato diggers

., 14th in Washington, D. C. place during the next few months. election of officers for the ensuing year tte land should be harrowed to two weeks, it may be advisable to used in other tales with satisfactory ar{

In view of the fact that it now appears Among these will be a water and light- The following were elected: make it smooth. A winter oat crop replant. results. .
.
." to be too late to hope for a decision ing system for the residence, and a C. N. Cooper, president; G. C. Cady : which may be pastured during win- Peanuts may be planted in alter- The vines and meta! are gathered -

on all the points involved in time commodious barn and cow shelters vice-president; L. A. Davis, secretary; ti.-or nay be allowed to ripen, may nate rows with corn, particularly on hand or by forks, &:nIl the sand is abg'. ,

.4 for the 1917 shipping season, E. S. with concrete floors. A silo and oth- W. H. H. Whistler, treasurer; Albert be grown on the land to advantage. dry, sandy land. Where corn must be ken off. They areJDSually! allowed

: ., Matthews lately wrote to D. C. Mc- er modern eguipment may be added. Bronke, sales manager; Kerry Stern Where this is done it will be necessary planted wide the peanuts may be I lie in the ground i bout three to'/,'. .,

; Mullen, attorney for the state com- Mr. Stevenson considers that the ex- John Ellington and J. E. Selen, trus- to-rebreak the land just fief ore planting planted with it or they may be plantedin cure. Proper airing requires piC days to r.1

. mission, to urge that he endeavor to perimental stage in Florida farming, tees.All If, however, no winter crop is May or June when the corn is well stacks of from Oli-h2lf to two fa s_

get the Interstate Commission to placein fruit growing and stock raising has members were requested to not- grown, the, land should be harrowedonce matured. Some plant in the same each. The vines m y be tona.

force a rate of $270 per car of 175 been passed and he will now go in for ify the secretary at once about the every two weeks during the win- lows with corn, but on account of the an upright stake, l.aving, stacked two round:'

crates to New York. It will be recalled improving his property and making it number of crates needed by them. ter to retain the moisture, then disked difficulty of cultivating both crops cross pieces which keep the or ma>ir

.by. those who. have. kept in touch an ideal country home. An order was adopted that all mem- and harrowed just before planting to when planted close together it is not too close fir good vines troll'settling !

with the case that the Interstate Commission Mr. Stevenson is a young Pitts- bers must pay their dues by February15th I give a good seedbed and to make it the best practice. If the weather is <|ry the stacks ventilation

. is already on record as having burger, educated for mining and me- or their names will be dropped !-ose and "iA'n. I .When peanuts are planted in the contain two, three vr more tons, rir.G ab

said that this would be an ample rate chanical engineer. He was attractedby from the roll and the privileges of the _The Florida runner and Jumbo run- middles the corn rows should be six to leaves fewer of th/ vines _

for the service. Mr. McMullen has the possibilities in Florida and association will be withdrawn from ners make heavier yields if planted in eight feet apart. Otherwise the pea- the outside of eacfi stack.exposed A oa

written Mr. Matthews that he will take bought the them. March April although fair be shaded. This better
Rising place for which he or crops nuts will width will quality of hay is tl'us produced. : I
up this feature of the case when he paid $16,000. A good many people are often produced when planted as allow thorough cultivation of both the important that the]nuts are It fc

goes to Washington. would have called this a long price at POTATOES ARE IN DEMAND. late as"June 15. Early plants bloom peanuts and corn to keep weeds in heated in the stack or the not over''

, the time, but Mr. Stevenson believed .- and peg down during dry weather check. On land capable of producing of the seed may be.injured.germinatwn When -

COTTON REPORT. he was geting full value for his mon- Carter Newsom, a well known far- when they are more easily cultivatedand twenty-five bushels of corn per acre, ing sheds are used they are hauled enr-

ey, and so it turns out. In just a few mer of the Brooker section, was in kept free, from grass or weeds. better crops of both corn and peanutswill while green into tic sheds and .
cored
There were 4,237 bales of cotton gin years more the products of the place town Tuesday to bring a couple of .Ate crops may bloom during the rainy be produced on a given acreage if three weeks before'picking. After ",
the
ned in Bradford county, from the crop will be bringing the purchase price every wagon loads of sweet potatoes. The season and the bloom spurs enter the they are planted separately; but on stacks have stood ten days or longer

of 1916 prior to January 16th, 1917, as twelve months. ,potatoes were fine and Mr. Newsom ground when it is saturated, which sandy land where corn should be the nuts may be picked and the vines

compared with, 3,062 bales ginned to There is no limit to the possibilitiesof had no difficulty in selling them to J. causes them to rot instead of produc- planted wide the addition of the pea baled for hay. *

r January 16th, 1916. Florida. M. Truby at 75 cents per bushel. Mr. ing nuts. When peanuts make a quick nuts will not reduce the yield of corn. The nuts are usually picked from
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, growth while still young the vines Consequently, Jhe two planted the
. Truby is loading cars freqently now crops vines by handjiit; a cost of from
Special Agent. MOVING BACK TO BRADFORD. and the demand for potatoes enables grow upright so that many of the together is a decided advantage. twenty to twenty-fit cents per bush-

him to pay good prices for good stock. bloom pegs cannot enter the soil. Peanuts should be cultivated frequently I el for labor. This?, however, is slow
CAN YET PLANT OATS FOR HAY. The Valencia and Spanish peanuts. to conserve soil moisture and 'and
Hon. I. W. Pinholster, for Mr. Newsom says that he made avery laborious and here there is Buffi-

years a citizen of Braford county many, but fine yield of potatoes the past are early maturing and may be planted prevent weeds and grass from grow- cent! acreage in a community a peanut J!

Oats are grown generally in Floridaas for the past ten years living at Bel- season and that he intends to increasehis any time up to July 15. They are ing. Weeds and grass are especially picker may be operated profitably.

a winter cover crop and are sown more, Clay county, lately sold his farm acreage this year. He thinks sweet not so readily affected by wet weather harmful as they prevent the bloom peanut picker with'capacity for A''I'

in October or November. Yet it is pos at that place to the_Southern Cattlel'eeamg potatoes are a good money crop. as the running varieties. stems from entering the ground, and ty to forty bu?hel per hour,

sible to plant a quick maturing varietyas Company.; He lost no time .The amount_ of seed required varies in addition rob the crop of soil mois- ing on the crop, will]} cost from $350 to

late as February and get a good hay in securing a location in Bradford and I PEANUTS IN FLORIDA. with the variety of peanuts. The ture. The soil must be kept loose otherwise $400. A list of manufacturers can."' ,

crop. The University of Florida ex- will very shortly become a citizen of Florida Runner Spanish and Valencia the ovary on the seed stem cannot be had by writing to: the Extension Di- -. I

tension division recommends the Burt this county again. He bought the 120- Peanuts thrive best in limestone or require about one bushel of seed in pierce the soil readily and will be vision, University if Florida, Gaine--. -

or Ninety-day oats for this late plant- acre farm of Scott Andrews in the marl soils and even these are frequently the hull or eight to ten quarts shelled. come destroyed before entering the ville, Fla. {

ing. Brooker section. benefitted by applications of lime. The Jumbo requires about two bushelsof ground and no nuts will be formed. A ]large acreage in Florida is tar- '. |
seed in the hull or ten to twelve For this reason clay soil that
a packs vested )
Soils that are sour must be sweetened by turning hogs into the field. \ '
-:- HARROW OATS TO CONSERVE BERRY PICKERS WANTED. before a good crop of peanuts can be quarts shelled. closely is not suitable for peanuts. This is usually economical: method '
MOISTURE. The seeds should be hulled before The practice of covering the bloom and if "
handled
properly will
Some
grown. soils in Florida are so produce .
planting to avoid the possibility of I I pegs with dirt to insure their ,
Some of the berry of deficient in lime that peanuts will fre- pegging pork at a low cost The vines, hower-
growers are
Everything possible should be done the opinion that there will not be quently die or may make only a very planting hermore,pops varieties or shriveled seeds. Fur loose down is unnecessary if the ground i is I er, cannot be used;;for hay. However..::
two and
moisture for enough staunted growth. other having or more may be harmful unless the they are returned o the soil and -
. to conserve growing pickers to take care of the (IOn soils a seeds to the are'e
crops or for those yet to be planted, crop this spring unless others come in heavy top, very few nuts and a large than one plant pod will the hill often give more vines are so rank and upright that th beneficial as humus; or the tops maT -
for the number of to which is usually pegs cannot reach the ground or un be mowed off and cured for
says A. P. Spencer, assistant director season. From present appear- pops are produced. The hay and. -.
not desirable
of institutes to the University of Flor- ances of the plants there will be work lack of lime in the soil is largely responsible hulled seed and jn case un- less the soil has become very hard or the hogs turned in to dig the nuU. '

ida experiment station. It is usuallythe for a large force of pickers and packers for this, although poor drain will be slow are planted in dry soil they overgrown with weeds. Hogs should always be turned into

winter rainfall that makes the in addition to those who live here. age may have a similar effect.: to germinate. It is also Cultivation close to the plant should the field to gather the nuts which have .T
An application of two recessary to hull the seeds to sow them not be continued after the plants have been pulled off during .
spring and summer crop. or three tons with digging, and. ,
Oats .and rye fields should be run PREPARING FOR 1917 CROPS. of ground lime rock per acre of 1,000to advisable a planter. Hulling by hand i is.i.pegged down or the nuts -wil be de which would otherwise be wasted. .
since machines
over with a light drag harrow to break 1,200 pounds of hydrated lime applied the nuts and injure their split many of stroyed. Should grass grow in the I The peanut is the principal crop'fo>g ....
the ground crust and to stir the soil. From all two months before planting, will The germination. rows after the nuts are set it may be fattening hog in Florida. The !hogs '
of the parts of the county come have beneficial effect. Spanish variety, however, may necessary to work with hand tools, I I are turned into the field
It will not injure the crops even of a Part of this be as soon as the ,
reports great activity on.the farms I planted in the hall on account of hence the '
the I lime will be taken necessity of thorough culti is
blades are six inches long. Keep in up by the plant as the crop mature and allowed to
i preparing lands for small ,
-. soil pulverized to as late a date as pos the spring I fertilizer but the greatest benefit will nuts and because they seldom vation before the nuts are set. Any much as they will. They become very
planting. The have
weather has been fine I more than
two kernels shallow
sible and you will retain your soil come from sweetening the soil and im in working cultivator may be us fat in a short time and produce lOft'.
throughout the month the :
of pod. .
moisture for the longest possible time. thousands January and proving its mechanical condition. Shelling this variety is ted- ed. A weeder does excellent work pork and lard. Buyers usually $&. "
of acres have been turned ous and as it is desirable :
This will apply as well to bare fieldsor and made ready for In case the lime is not applied in the thick most farmers do to plant them when the plants are small, and a wide count the price pai! for such hogs and..j-t
corn, cotton and
to those that have been plowed. The other crops. Hog feed will be of fall, which is the best time, hydrated hulls. not remove the winged sweep after the plants begin require that they be finished on com::.;.

fields may be harrowed to a greater he main one lime, at the rate of 800 pounds per The to peg down. to firm the meat. }
.. depth or disked. A crust is likely to ford crops planted this year. Brad- acre just before planting; should be Florida Runner or North Caro- As soon as the nuts are mature, har ,
county farmers lina and
form after each rain. Gea out with the the great are awakening to used in preference to ground lime rock. Spreading Jumbo should be vesting should commence. While the (Continued ..on Page 2.) *
possibility of planted in
j
money-making rows three and a half to .
The
harrow and break it up. The resultingcrop hydrated form is more active than t.
that is offered
four
to swine feet
raisers and with
apart seed
one
will give you satisfactory returns ground limestone and will begin to every ; i
they are not going to neglect the op neutralize eighteen to twenty inches if planted I
for trouble. the
in
acidity the
soil
your at
portunity. The surplus meat early fourteen w '.
crop of or to sixteen inches if -
once, and the
the county will bring thousands of dollars peanut plants will get planted late.
The
BUY YOUR VELVET BEANS NOW. the benefit of the lime while Valencia, Spanish, j
l into the county next fall. small. Because of the active and they solu-are I and other varieties making an upright Three Flue SMer? Collate! !
i
LL .. growth should be planted in
If you are to have any choice in the BERRIES SELLING WELL. Die condition of hydrated lime it doe s feet with rows three Bt tIbIu- U Urn bereMct fe.ills ra.mtwlr
.' this not remain in the soil as long as the apart one plant every six to .. .m. ont HMM blip tame join ihw-plM. :
of velvet beans to plant
variety ground lime rock and eight inches in the row. ., ramD COLLKTnOtf-Pmlm., IhruJ!o. frolU, ek.. I
spring you must buy your seed very The Bank of Starke is in of on sour soil its Except on very thin land peanuts PtooM, la nk dM, ....1. Wort ".u.
The of Florida extension receipt application may be necessary for each i o. % fnrfU,
early. University the do best when .1.. B01 SOLUCnON-PUm* trees ibnbt
division the existenceof following letter from H. E. Schwit- peanut crop. If the soils are of a cal planted thick as they ., 16 piece IB labile grade, f&eO. Worth tut. ,
reports ters & Sons, of New York, written on careous nature cover the ground quicker and check Flo 01'' I'LO.BIDA" YARD COLtECTlOX-PitaH, .;
one
I a greater demand foe seed of the Friday, January 26th: ground lime application of the the growth of weeds and grass. However tre.t. shrubs, fnt 'olfac. plut. ud ten, n extn :t
newer varieties with less chances of rock every four or five taw piece. $140. Worth is.M.. i
"We they must be ,
had .
a car of Florida thoroughly cultivated Knetow itaWhof
open years may be sufficient but the property for 'M'ptutfDlr
supplying it. The situation is the on av .. losestiou. :
I
crate berries today which sold principally erage flatwoods I until the crop is set, consequent- v m.trat.d c.Ulot clwd with order, :.
I that found the of land of Florida or or free ea write .
I same as by buyers at twenty-eight to thirtytwocents where the soil ly too close planting would interfere reqnetC &oda, ::
seed corn-the, early buyer gets his is normally deficient in BEASOJfEB EROS, ROYAL .
JVCRSEBJES
with PAIM i'
I Ii cultivation
I I ; a number of the best grades at lime the : ; :d <47 _
choice. ; application should be made I B-ediet Are., Ooetv IT*, m _'
i: ( experimentsttion thirty-five cents per quart with some for' each crop although Peanuts should be planted on the {
In the last years, the few down subsequent :,>
selling to twenty-five
has developed favorably sev- cents. applications may be much lighter than
"The condition of the berries ?
the first I
was
one. I _
Three
beans.
eral varieties of velvet
'.
I of them are, Osceola; Wakulla and too uniformly active good but the trade not any An application of three hundred to .. ';
on account of the cold four
Alachua. Other important varieties of weather. hundred pounds of gypsum ap- '

this legume crop are the Chinese and plied just before the bloom opens, can I ]
"Refrigerator berries
selling from be substituted for the lime
and will
the
Ninety-day or Georgia.
Velvet beans soil builders twenty-five to thirty-five cents per produce good results. We
are great
quart with the latter figure Want To
Fertilizers
and have an important place in crop most chests extremeas are not usually applied to Know
rotations and animal feeding. Next toj are arriving soft. peanuts in Florida although judicious i
fc !
the is probably the applications are generally beneficial. ....
legume
corn,
crop
.. $ 4 ?> <8> <> fJ> <$> Q + *> <*> If the soil contains fair
most important for the general farmer a amount of .
! Florida. It is the that humus supplied by leguminous y .
of one
crop cropsor
$
GIVE US THE FARM NEWS. 0 weeds, it is The Bank of Starke
not
not only conserves the fertility of the > usually advisable would like to know
whether
; to '
soil is of add any additional nitrogen ferti or not the straw-I
but capable adding materially berry
\? The farmers wish
of growers
' Bradford county 4' lizer. An us to continue the
i: to it. Grasses, forage and other crops '4'of invited excess of ammonia will pro- market bulletin service have
are to help -us make 4'> duce we
heavy tops, a large supplied for the
that kind are capable of preventing $ proportion of past two
seasons.
this We
\ page a big success. The sale and want JI
waste of soil fertility. The legume pops consequently a comparatively you to write us or come in
i & and tell
or enlargement of farms in > us whether
your light crop of solid nuts. you think it has
The
l crops do not only this but are capable : fertilizers been of value
neighborhood the coming in of < most to you or not If it
l of converting the atmospheric nitrogen new people and 4' necessary are phosphates, has been of no value there is no iJ
I into plant food and of adding it to & something potash and lime. An application of earthly use for us to spend "y. .
their plans, the success you have 300 to 400 money in getting it -
I I the soil.FARM pounds of acid phosphate out. We had
& had with certain kinds of ferti- 3 and 100 to 150 pounds of kainit would expected that the Office of Markets
have ,
& lizer with per a representative
,
or here
particular
any acre will be sufficient for suitable this season to
NOTES WOODLA WX.
FROM soils
$a breed of cattle or hogs, and doz- $ that have been properly prepared. but are in receipt of a letter from supply a bulljtln service ;;

-- ens of other matters makes good In case the soil is deficient in the Chief of the Office saying Y

J. S. Norman is busy this week set- ?' news for this page. An exchange ammonia and lacking in humus organic that they have no appropriation for ( *
ting out trees on his fine farm. .$ of ideas 100 this purpose. : r-
This
pecan covering various mat- $ to 200 pounds per acre of the leaves it to
cottonseed Bank of up ,
He will each succeeding plant five 4' ters that Starke to urnish .
year affect the business of 3 meal or blood and bone added the service and '
acres in pecans, as the proceeds from '?> farming will be helpful to one mixture will be profitable. to the the growers as to whether we' now leaveit: up to i,

the trees is high. He has this year another and the Telegraph invites 4' The fertilizer should be we shall do it or not. Tell ,

cured enough of bacon to last him un- to you to make this page a clearing 4' the crop is planted. applied After before think of it, and please tell us soon. It us what you '

til next hog killing time. He has also $ house of ideas and experiences. & ground has been plowed, broadcast the the bulletin service organized requires a little time t6 get our ,::

made a large quantity of syrup. The
high prices of living do not frightenhim. C' farmers are also invited to con- .?> work it into the soil with a harrow ,
or
i> tribute to the page. Their experiences ?> I disk. If the application is .
Rev. D. L. Phillips is another of our C with poultry, butter makI I may be drilled into the sides delayed it THE
of
up-to-date farmers. He has made suf- , ing and other matters will prove !rows when tht plants are small. the In BANK OF STARKE
ficient corn to run him this also 4'
year interesting to one another. $ !such caste a readily available form of

five cans of lard and bacon enough to (& We invite you to write and .* :ammonia is preferable as the .

last a year. His bacon was cured in (6> write often. Let's make the farm 3 needs the ammonia when crop the especially THE BANK OF HELPFUL

the most approved manner at CrackerSix a page the most poular one of. the <*> plants are small or before they are SERVICE. I t

Farms. The ease with which hogs Telegraph. Farming is the biggest 4' able to gather nitrogen DEPOSITORY
through the OF
.. can be raised and fattened here, and ,& business of the county. Why f tubercles on their roots. A second THE STATE OF FLORIDA -
the meat cured, makes it look strange not make the news about it the is not application BRADFORD THE COuNTY OF

if that every farmer cannot produce all 0 most interesting part of the county & peanut is a leguminous necessary since and the it AND THE TOWN OF STARKE.A.

i- the meat he needs in his family and 3> ? gathers crop .
paper nitrogen from the air
by the
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M.
" some to sell besides. & ubercles.: Darby, Vice Prea. "Eo S. Matthews P-.

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forget
-- we can carry home oysters for Is kind. They what you told me to say"

this Babbling young prince? Not sol I love these Prudence wretchedly + LEGAL NOTICES

DRUDENGE Let Fairy go after the oysters !" their sleep!I" was It? The soup Is ready and + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

"Oh, yes twinnies, I think you'll go, An audible hot-but what Is it you want NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I
me all right Run along, and be quick." covers, and to say?" Six months after date I will present to

For a few seconds the twin's gazedat ly went Into screamed with laughter. "You Hon.Bradford Geo.County A. Gardiner Florida as my County vouchers Judge ;

each other studiously. Neither for her caller. !I" she cried. "Say anything you final accounts u Administratrix of the i
ARSONR of S. J. Sternbarg late of Bradford ;
spoke. Without a word they went The bell It doesn't make any difference Florida. deceased and ask to be
upstairs to prepare for their errand. Prudence'went you say" as such Administratrix.

They whispered softly going through orally I am determined to do my part This the 18th day ANGIE of August STERNBURG.1916. !

the upper hall. Babler Into the right vowed Prudence fervent- Administratrix of the estate of S. J.

'Twins You must hurry!I" This not observe that "according to etiquette and all. burr, deceased. -

was Prudence at the bottom of the In a peculiar was it you said?" NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

stairs. .And the twins set off quite hur the room. stifled her laughter with diffi i Department of the Interior U. S. Land

E riedly. Their first call was dt the "HI call and said in a low voice fice Notice at Gainesville Fto.. Dee. 30. 1916. I
is hereby given that Joseph
meat market"A "Tell her you like a nice, hot oyster of Lawtey Florida, who, on April 26.
pint of oysters said Lark me," he ?" Prudence repeated It after made Homestead Entry. No. 018513 for
of NEK and NH of SE,.. Section 4,
briefly. just how she breathlessly. ship 6 S, Range 23 E Tallahassee
When he brought them to her, she But Fairy returned once more and has filed notice of intention to make I
smelled after Prudence the year proof to establish claim to the land
them suspiciously.. Then Carol dened tapped on
to
described. before the Clerk Circuit Court )
smelled. ta bly, and Then she opened it. and thrust Starke Florida on the 16th day of ( /

"Have you got any rotten ones?" Fairy was curly head Inside. "Wouldn't you 1917.Claimant names as witnesses:

i she demanded."No very tall, very a little nice hot oyster stew" W. C. Ward of Stirke. Florida.C. .
he chirped methodically. And Fairy C. Howard of Starke Florida.F. .
answered
"We She
laughing. pinched
Sassee, of Starke Florida.
l don't keep that kind." passed and "Oh, yes, indeed, Prudence-this Wm. G. Starr of Starke. Florida.

The twins sighed and hurried next swung behind. nice of you." 1-5-51. ROBT. W. DAVIS

door to the grocer's."A her friend. three gathered sociably about

nickel's worth of pepper-the door her head table. Babble was first to taste MASTER'S SALE.
strongest you have. sniffing sniffing. steaming stew. He gasped and Hereby notice is given that under and
virtue of that certain final decree of
This was quickly settled-and the "What in the and swallowed some water closure made by the Judge of the Eighth
grave-faced twins betook themselves more haste than grace. Then he dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery
Eugene Babler
(Copyright, by the Bobbs-Merrlll in the Circuit
Com- Court for Bradford
nanv.) to the corner drug store. He looked IdlyVlth spoon and wafer until Florida, in the 4th day of January A. D.

t.. SYNOPSIS. "We-we want something with a culiar tasted also. Prudence did In.favor of J. Regenstein Company a :
perfectly awful She did not out She ation as complainants and against Fannie
smell Lark gasp. cry
explained
"Shall I raise Hopson and B. B. Anpaon. as defendants
CHAPTER I-Prudence Starr, eldest of soberly. gested finally : up at her sister with wide eyes undersigned u Special Master, will offer
five motherless girls, cornea to the Meth- "What kind of a smell?" world of pathos in the glance. sale in front of the court house in
odiat parsonage at Mount Mark as housemother In here." Florida, during the legal hours of sale,
for her father, the Methodist miDI "We don't care what kind, but it "Yes Fairy did not notice. Monday the 5th day of February A. D.
I ister. must be like something rotten or. dead do she please do not ask me to talk to the highest and best bidder for cash the
them. It's-do lowing described
,
property to-wit:
If you have it" I have finished my soup," she Said land lying and being in the county ,
I CHAPTER n-The girls entertain a visiting "What do you want It for?" a funny smell in saying brightly. Bradford and State of Florida; an
minister at luncheon to his discomfiture.
, ining it? It- one-third interest in the north half
t Carol one of the twins rides the "We want to put it in a room to she tasted it She dropped southwest quarter of section six (6). of
sick !1""Yes
r I family cow- with disastrous- ,_ results. give It a horrible smell for an houror spoon with a great clatter and six ((6) South of Range twenty-two (22)

I t CHAPTER lit-Prudence and Fairy_ re so." Lark winked at him solemnly. evident, there relief.is up from the table "Mercy!1" E. M.Special JOHNS

; calve the Ladles' Aid society while Lark "It's a ,joke" she further elucidated. shrieked. "It is poisoned !1" A. V. LONG.

I: mud Carol on and the Connie dining practice room.table.modeling in "I see." His eyes twinkled. "I leaned back in his chair and Attorney for Plaintiff1.5St.. (

I Chapter IV.-The twins prepare Ccrstance think I can fix you up." A moment until 'his eyes were wet. Pru NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND. (

i for initiation into their private secret society later he handed her a small bottlePra eyes were wet, too, but not Notice is hereby given to all whom it ;
with results unexpected to themselves. concern that I, Margaret Owens
i laughter What would etiquette as .
of Gary Owens Fred Owens and
CHAPTER V. of her, after this? Owens minors will on the! 26th day of .
f did you do to this soup, Pru ruary, A. D. 1917. apply to the
Geo. A. Gardiner County Judge, in
Q4 and
t Lessons in Etiquette. ?" demanded Fairy. Bradford county, at his office in Starke in I

[ Connie was lying flat on ber back made it-nothing else," faltered county, at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon .

. near the register. The twins were sitting Prudence, quite crushed by this ity after to as sell the at matter private can sale be the heard one-fourth for !

on the floor near her bearing each And oysters forty cents a pint! divided interest each of said minors in and

other conjugate Latin verbs. And pepper, I think" gasped Bab- the county following, to-wit: described real estate in

dense with ber darning basket, was "My Insides bear startling testi NW>, of SWiof Sec. 21. Township

earnestly trying to get three pairs ol to the presence: of pepper." Also Range the 20 following containing named 40 acres personal, more or

I wearable stockings out of eleven hosiery he roared again, while Prudence I horse, 4 head of cattle 12 head of hogs

remnants. So Fairy found them a critical examination of the single Which wagon.application
will be based upon
as she came In, radiant and glowing. She found them literally petition for such sale now on file in

"Glorious day," she said, glancing 1 ae F with pepper: there was no I Court.Dated January 22. 1917. : 1
Impartially at ber sisters. "Just glorious I of It The twins had done dead- I MARGARET OWENS

I Connie you should be out ol I 12641. l

doors this minute, by all means. Twins ye gods, how sweet." 'NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEE
aren't you grown up enough'to sit on Fairy. "The twins are get UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER :


chairs, or won't your footles reach the H even with a vengeance-the same 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
Hereby notice is given that J. E. Futeh,
a floor?-Babbie, Eugene Babler you you said were adorable Babble." chaser of tax sale certificates numbered ;

know-is coming to spend the evening, be said for Fairy that her spectively 54 and 98, issued by the Tax

Prudence." r nature could stand almost any said lector certificates for Bradford being county dated Florida the 3rd,* each day

The whole family came to attentionat Even this did not seriously August A. D. 1914. has filed the said
tales in my office and has made
this. her. "Do you suppose you can for tax deed to issue in accordance with
"Oh goody!" crUd Connie. "Let's A us some milk, Prue? And crack The said certificates respectively. embrace
make taffy." I Tin so fond of crackers and following lands in Bradford county,
assessed at the date of the issuance of sus
"Yes," agreed Carol with enthusi aren't you, Babble?" certificates in the names respectively

asm-Carol was always enthusiasticon r I adore it But serve a micro after particularly set forth, to-wit:
'I r Certificate No. 54 embraces the S4 of SW'
the subject of something to eat with it please. I want to ex of NW'. and SE'4 of NW>4 and SW 4 j
"Yes, and what else shall we have?" What"I It for microbes before I taste." NE'4 and NE'J of SE 4 of NEIJ and (
,of SEta of SE>4 and SWU of SE>4 and NI.0C !
"You will likely have pleasant Prudence did better than that S'i of SW,4 of SWS 4. Sec. 1?, Tp. 6, S.
dreams, Carol," ,was the cool retort c "Yes, There made some delicious cocoa, and 2:- E., 190 acres assessed Unknown.
I Certificate No. 98 embraces Li'I
"You twins and Connie will not put you'd been a can of pear preserves, Boast SW 4, Sec. 15, Tp. 6. S. R. 20 the E.. 40 NE'i
in appearance at all. Prue will serve something. It's the parsonage by the amiable assessed W. P. Summers. 1
the refreshments and will eat with us. Adams. The twins were very i Unless said certificates shall be '
somewhere else?
i "A Nickel's Worth of Pepper. according to law tax deed will issue
Babble and I shall spend the eveningin "Come on." of pear preserves, and had been on the 26th day of February A. D. 1917.
the front room." "Just sprinkle this over the carpet Into the sitting forward to eating these on i Witness my official signature and seal
25th day of January A. D. 1917.
"The front room?" echoed Prudence. It won't do any harm, and it smells out here if you approaching birthday. They: .I W. T. WEEKS,

"This room is much cheerier, and like thunder. It costs a quarter.? And Fairy doomed to disappointment The Clerk Circuit "
.
By R. A. WEEKS.
Carol frowned. "I we'll had little feast, after
more homelike. suppose "Why, that's a merry 1-26-51. Seal) Deputy Cler
"Well Babbie isn't a member of the have to take it," she said, "but it's Prudence and their laughter rang out so

family, you know" said Fairy pretty expensive. I hate to have druggists was in there and so unrestrainedly that the MASTER'S SALE.

"You are doing your best," sniffed get such a lot of money." didn't notice shook In their beds with rage Notice is hereby given that under and h
virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure madand
CaroL He laughed aloud "I hate to have smell like?" disappointment.... rendered January 4th, 1917. by the Judgf

"Now you girls must understand you get a good licking tomorrow, too- "It's a new speaks well for the courage o of the Circuit Court of the Eighth JudieiCircuit
of Florida, in and for Bradford
right off that things are different here but you'll get it just the same, or I Fairy, "but and the attractions of Fairy tv. in Chancery sitting in favor of D. '

from what they were at Exminster. miss my guess.:' strangely he came to the parsonage again Hazen complainant, and against Susie R. Con
I Pearl Cone, Marcus Cone, Obra Cone,
The proper thing Is to receive callers When the twins arrived home Fairy twins. again. In time he became the Cone Cornelius Cone and Clifton Cone d ,
privately without the family en masse was just cutting the -candy she hadmade. Prudence of friends with the twins them fendants, the undersigned will offer for satbefore

sitting by and superintending. That'setIquette. "It's delicious," she said to Fairy shoved a but he always called them "the between the the court legal house hours door of at sale Starke on, "

you know. And one must Prudence. "Here's a nice dishful for table, waving ," and they never asked him February 5th. 1917 to the highest and b'

always serve refreshments. More eti you and the girls. Pitch in twins, and ly with a smile The punishment inflicted upon bidder for in cash Bradford the County.following Florida described to-wit landsituated : :

quette. Men are such greedy animals, help yourselves. It's'ery nice." sank into a by Prudence rankled in their The north halt of lot eleven (11) and th
do The twins waved her haughtily for many months. north half of lot twelve (12). of Settion ravetit
they not care to go places where one arm on the in Township seven (7) S R twenty (20east
the eats aren't forthcoming." I away. "No, thank you," they said. her forehead offense was against Fairy," containing eighty (80) acres more :

"Men! Are you referring to this 'We couldn't eat that candy with rel "That smell," Prudence, with a solemnity she l<8s. E. M. JOHNS

Babbling creature now?" interposed ish. We are unworthy." very suspicious feel "and the reparation must Special MastsA t

CaroL"Ouch Then they went upstairs, but not to all natural" to her. For three weeks you Z.Complainant's ADKINS Solicitor. 1-5.5t.

: !I" said Lark. I I their own room at once. Instead they "Excuse me. do all of her bedroom work, and

noiselessly into the front bedroom every errand she requires. More
"But won't It be rather poky Just slipped ease for the MASTER'S SALE.
pitting in the front room by yourselves and a little later Carol came out edge of him. you must keep' her shoes well] Hereby notice is given that under and

all evening asked Prudence ; into the hall and stood listening at the sleeve was and nicely polished: and must virtue closure of made that by certain the Judge final of decree the Eighth of fo J

fully ignoring the offended coubt-I head of the stairs as though on guard. Fairy gasped 'ery bit of her darning!" dicial Circuit of Florida in chancery s 1
I in the Circuit Court for Bradford Count ,
"Oh, I dare say it will. "Be sure and leave quite a few "Both arms, twins would have preferred Florida, on the 20th day of December. A. I

the proper thing to do" said Fairy stitches in, Lark," she whispered once. I tinned smiling, a thousand times. They felt 1916 in favor of The American Trust Co (
complacently. I' "We want it to hang together until I flushed. had got a whipping's worth of pany, a corporation administrator of the .
tate of G. F. Markillie, deceased as complainant
of their mischief! But ;
"Wouldnt it be more fun to have Babble gets here. "Excuse me out n and against S. A. Douglass Alma Dou
Lark like this sat heavily lass and J. H. Scarborough as defendants, t
the That was all. Presently upon
girls in for a little while? persIsted Fairy was o undersigned, II$. Special Master. will offer f o
their door closed proud shoulders, and from
Prudence. emerged and own sister "Look young tale in front of the court house in Stark
"Oh, it might-but it wouldn't be behind them. you make of time on they held Fairy practi Florida during the legal hours of sale o
the 5th of A. D.
Monday day February 191to
I I father has to Immune from their prunks.
the "It's a good thing go I'm
pieces :
proper thing at alt College men do the highest and best bidder for cash, t
not care to be entertained by I I! to the trustees' meeting tonight isn't as it were." did not bother her head following described property, to-wit: :
sof]I' And Lark agreed after that Said land lying and being in the county
'IU" asked Carol. Her sleeves etiquette experience.
"No /
snapped Lark, "the wisdom Bradford and the state of Florida to,wit:
babies is too deep for these these- absently. She was thinking of the oy to drop off at a I strong for comfort," she declared west half of the northwest quarter of '
these sters. dence was since the two cannot live together twenty-five (251), of Township five (S) Soutof ;
men !in embryo. range nineteen (191 east. containing e'gh t
This was so exquisitely said that As soon as they finished supper Lark lively white In family I say we do without eti (80) acres more or less.
"Don't think we'd better go "011 ." E. M. JOHNS.
was quite restored to amiability said you Fairy. Special Master.
by It -In embryo" had been added to | right to bed Prue? Wfe don't want disgraced." Fairy nodded -In agreement JNO. C COOPER SON

her vocabulary that very day in the to taint the atmosphere of the par "Not a bit of good-naturedly. And Solicitors A. V. LONG for Plaintiff. 1.5 LMASTER'S !
Of Fairy will want to I "I remember
sonage. course
biology clasg, And Carol said "Ouch .- ;
with such whole-souled h I wash the dishes herself to make sure Ing for the
admiration
i Week. SALE.
Continued Next
I and shining." ( )
they are clean Aren't those
that Lark's ;
spirit soared the
among i Hereby notice a given that under and
clouds. She had scored I I "Oh, no," disclaimed Fairy, good- almost virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure
naturedly. "I can give an extra rub Don't look so made by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial
"And what shall we serve them? WHAT IS Circuit; of Florida iA chancery sittinin I
want to use-that Is
the we quette itself
urged Prudence. "I suppose it would to ages the Circuit Court for Bradford County
hardly do enough. I do appreciate the thought twins, it seems. Florida on the rend day of November, A. .
to-pop corn, would It? 1916 in favor of The American Trust Co :
"No, indeed. This Is the first time, though, thanks very much. in the stern at a pang a corporation administrator of the }
and we do I So the twins plunged in, carefully have it as good tate of G. F. Markillie. deceased, as complainant :
must something extra. Babble
I Connie beside them. Connie dear. and against J. W. Nichols Vicey Nachoand !
is all the rage at school, and the keeping Bradford County Bank, a corporation.
girls had a dismal propensity for discoveries "I will" defendants, the undersigned as Special Master
I have are frantic with jealousy"because -the twins had often suffered use cream. Oh, (.FOS is an improved Cascara will offer for sale in front of the courthouse
cut everybody else out. i in Starke. Florida during the legal boo
"Go In'and (a toac( -Ialatire) pleasant to take
"Do you like him Fairy? Don't from itThen of sale. on Monday the 5th day of February.A.
think you I they all three went to bed. To come down, %-FOS the Cascara improved by D. 1917. to the highest and best: bidder f
he's tiresome? He talks so cash, the following described property to-wit
much it seems to me." i i be sure it was ridiculously early but ran lightly up of certain: harmless chem Said land situated )lying: and being in t
they were all determined. snatch of song which increase the efficiency tf the county of Bradford and State of Florida towit
"To be sure I like him. He's great The'southeast of .
making it better than ordinary : quarter the northe
(1 Fairy, But Prudence
D
"You keep your eyes open :
fun. lIe's always joking and never i LAX-FOS is pleasant to take quarter of section fourteen (14). in Townehfive ;
Prudence whispered melodramatically. tertaining ((5)) South of Range twenty (20) east.Also
has a sensible thought and hates not gripe nor disturb stomach. the south half of the southeast
And
not look right"she absence. She !
do
study. The only reason he came here "Those girls to children as well as adult ,and the southeast quarter of the southwSO '
Instead of added anxjously. "Oh I'll be so a way to try one bottle for constipation. C. quarter of Section thirty (30)), Township fi
going to a big college in
disappointed if things go badly"Fairy parsonage life. (5) South of Range twentyone21) e I
the East is because hIs father is a containing one hundred and sixty (160 nr
trustee." I was a little late getting upstairs her escape from more or less.
to dress, but she took time to :returned a your letterheads advertise E. M. JOHNS. .
"Well, we'll serve oyster stew *en. business. Give them individual Special M.i..ler.
Now drop into her sisters' room. They were silk! JNO. C. COOPER & SON !
will twins downtown distinctive noticeable
you run bed. breathing heavily. She A little after them And A. V. LONG
In
toe the all
stock
oysters? asked Prudence and commonplace. Use good !
from one to another dismally, "Fairy
briskly. waked} above them majestically. fresh disaster, have them printed by the eRead the Bradford County Telegraph
"Who? Us?" demanded Lark indignantly stood the
home
"Asleep!1" she cried. "Ah fortune | ) hat now? paper. l
: and ungrammatically. "Do you I,
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PAGE EIGHT' BRADFORD COU. TY TELEGRAPH, FEBRUARY 2, 1917.., 4
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Tuesday with Mrs. Birt's Robin of Unadilla, Ga., are the pleas- Mr. If. C. Carver- -- :fl
t this place. dren, spent ant visitors of friends and relatives of A1achua
near mother Mrs. Nimmo who was ill at visitor here last *i11r.
d Miss Madeline Middleton, of Hamp- here this week. N. J. Saturday ir

YY ton was a week-end guest at the homeof that time.A ray'special effort is being madeto Mrs. Sam Singer returned home oh Spring, was Parrish a of Worthington) .
business
Mrs. Mollie Pinholster.Mrs. I in Sunday school Monday night after a several weeks' Tuesday. visitor here .

Y : { County News Items'F A. J. Johnson left Tuesday for work interest just now everyone, and the result of com- visit in Savannah, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Ritch

: her home in Jacksonville after spend- mittee work can be seen at all of the Mr. Rawson Davis spent Sunday in happy over the arrival Townsend Ilt
F ing several days with her mother Mrs. Sunday schools of the town. Starke with his parents.Mr. this week. of a fine.hof

M. C. Pinholster. contin- J. W. Townsend and family Mr. I!. Z. or
estate reports Matthews
Our real men
flub Miss Virginia Melvin returned last this section by dif- spent part of Saturday and Sunday at here Sunday of Raiford
Gathered ,
During the Week by Our week her home from Gainesville on ual inquiries about enroute to
i. I Regular Correspondents. to ferent prospective settlers in various Orange Springs very pleasantly.Mrs. part of the county. theteaten..,
account of measles.Mr. .
W. S. of
Why not ad- G. 'Ware Worthington Irs. P. :'1.
of the country. Padgett
J. L. Shriver motored to Hamp- parts entertained
is spending several days with her Progressive look Hat
ton last Friday and attended to busi- vertise our resources Mrs. W. M. Overstreet Monday
daughter who aftel1loot
Hall her
Hope ,
Work is being pushed on lovely home,
i.
there. honOring
: 1 Mr. Lee Moore of visited ness Brooks ''a home for ex-convicts and some of had the misfortune ta step on a nail n. Ware, of Unadilla, Ga. lira. A.
; VANDERBILT. Jacksonville Mr. Thomas Chancey of the for and has been confined to her room as guest. who is !
lei
be
I ready
the home of his brother the buildings will soon
.. Mr. J. H. settlement near Lake Butler, was a
I Moore, the first part of the week. I visitor here at the home of Mr. T. R. occupancy. The promoters are cour- the result. After a numuer of games of
"'" t People are busy mulching strawberries Mr. W. N. Dunham of Jacksonville, I Collins: last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. teous gentlemen and ladies and Hamp- Mr. Walter Whitten, of Raiford wasa card tables were laid with rook the
cloths.Q .
> in this section. was the guest of his aunt Mrs. E. D. : Gabe Mills, of Starke, was a ton is fortunate to have this institu- visitor here Tuesday. salad sandwiches, olives and tea (
: Misses Lettie and Nellie Norman here. Miss Emily Russell spent a very served. -ere
Sayles, a few days ago. business caller in Brooker last Satur- tion located
: spent last Sunday with their counsins, Mr. M. B. Davis, of Starke superintendent I., Willie Reynolds and family of Wal- pleasant day with friends in Gaines- Those enjoying the

f- Misess Lizzie and Lottie Norman. : of the Davis Paving Co., of day.Mrs.. H. L. Lewis left last Thursdayfor do, were transacting business here on ville Sunday. t Mrs. Padgett were Mesdam hospitality S

5- Mrs. W. B. McKinney and children Tampa, was a visitor to Lawtey Sun- Orange Heights to be at the bed- Friday. Mr. Wilton Thomas, of Alachua, wasa Mann, T. J Townsend J. N. Cat .
last Sunday with her visitor here Saturday.Mr. E. Maines j
spent mother side of her mother who is quite ill. Strawberries are becoming plentifuland I H. J. StewartWflliamj
day.Mr. i ,
?'; Mrs. Sarah Carter. J. R. Eddins of Gainesville was Messrs. G. B. Colson N. G. Hall and the growers are wearing smiles W. M. Overstreet was a busi- son, Setber King H. N. Stanton

Miss Lavonia Green was a visitor to transacting business in and near Law- H. L. Lewis motored to Orange "that won't come off" (unless a freeze ness visitor to New River Tuesday. Draper R. E. Dell F. A. Fisher, S. r:
E Vanderbilt school house Monday and Mr. Sidney Padgett who is attend- Pons .
; tey last week. Heights last Thursday afternoon, and strikes us.) } Russell Chastain.'B

,>_ ..",' Tuesday._ h_ Mr. R. S. Humphry, of Alfalfa returned Thursday night. More attention is being given to the ing the university at Gainesville spent .......
t i1VV. V. V. Larramore will fill his with a party of relatives and friends, Mrs. Bart Stephens of Lake Butler planting of pecan trees than ever be- Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs.J. SEED BEANS

;", regular appointment: at Vanderbilt I visited i Lawtey Sunday.Mr. was visiting in Brooker last Saturday. fore. A large number have been setout D. Padgett.A SCARCE

: Baptist church first Saturday night M. scott, an employe of the Mesdames A. B. Shaw and J. N. here during the winter. delightful evening was spent on I fit. Bu.Refugef' ;
; ,;1! sod Sunday at 11-a. m. Everybody invited starke Telephone Company was a visitor Noble and children of Worthington I last Friday by many of the citizens or 1000 to 1 ----$2.25 $8.so;.-

to attend. to Lawtey the first part of the visited friends here Monday. LAKE BUTLER.The when the Woman's Club gave a house Red: Valentine -__. 2.25 8.so-'
$
3 :I- Mr. Wesley Tyer and sister, Susie week. Messrs. J. M. Shaw, John demons warming in their new club room from Black Valentine h______ 2.25'8.so

: spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Miss Rosalind Tuttle, of Bridgeport, John Shaw and Guy Pinholster motor- 7 till 7:30 o'clock. The band rendered Stringless Green Pod ---. 2.50- 10.00

Dave Woodard. N. Y., is spending some time with ed to Starke last Saturday afternoon. Alachua basket ball girls came music for the occasion. Cards'were Hodson Wax ---------_-- 3.00 11.00
a Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Harnage and her aunt Mrs. E. D. Sayles.Mr. Misses Mary Hall and Loca Reeves over last Saturday and a very excit distributed for each one to write a Selectfd TonI Watson melon -

'. little daughter, Virdie, spent Satur- Henry Freeman who is in of Bland, were in Brooker last Satur- ing game was played. The girls werea question that they wanted discussed. lb., 10 lb. lots 60c lb., BloomfieldT-m ;

{ ,", day and Sunday with their daughter charge of the civic improvements now day and Sunday guests of Miss Hall's good match for each other and the The cards were then taken up and dish bu. prolific seed corn 75c pt, J150 hV;

;., i Mrs. R. C. Groover at Graham. going on at Starke, was in Lawtey the brother, Prof. N. G. Hall. game was close. The score was 8 to tributed to different ones who read Extra early N. C. grown cotton seed

r y Misses Lettie Nellie, Lottie and first part of the week. Mrs. F. A. Scott, district nurse for in favor of Alachua. them and gave their opinion on same. $2.25 bu.; Extra early Sea Island tot

:. Lena Norman visited at the sing at Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his reg- the state was here Monday on professional The Lake Butler basket ball teams, Many interesting and helpful questions ton seed $2.50 bu. N. C. peanuts ILB '

tw.. Union Sunday. ular appointment at the Lawtey Baptist business. both boys and girls, deserve much concerning the town, school, etc., bu.; Pvecleaned beggar weed seed 25e

,-. Messrs. Sheppard Adkins and War- : church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Parker of LaCrosse praise as this is only the second game were discussed At 9:30 o'clock deli- lb. Write for complete catalog.

: ren Blodsworth and Misses Lizzie and Mrs. A. G. Riffel a foreign missionary were visitors here Monday. af- they have lost this season. The boyshave cious refreshments of ice cream and Bloomfiold :Nursery & Seed Co
w Ruby Norman were visitors to the who has recently returned from ternoon. lost only one game. cake were served and all departed MO TlCII.Ln. FLORIDA. ,

sing Sunday afternoon at Union. foreign fields was the chief speaker at Mrs. Wiley Kelly and children vis- Mr. and Mrs. W..T. Andrews, who voting that they had had a most enjoyable -

Miss Louise Haislop spent Saturday the: missionary anniversary of the ited relatives in Starke Saturday and were married on Jan. 22nd, have re evening and that each one Whenever You Need a Genera Tfcfclc
:;). and :Sunday with her grandmother, Grace M. E. church last Sunday, both Sunday.Mr. turned home from their wedding trip. would help and co-operate with the. Take Grove's

.; t Mrs. Martha Sapp. morning and evening. Mrs. Riffel is J. Holder, naval stores man of They are residing at the home of the club from now henceforth. This club I The Old Standard Grove's
Tufeleu
: : t Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman and two a great speaker and is entirely consecrated Crystal River, was in Brooker this groom's father for the present. This of good women which was known as chill Tonic is equally valuable U

daughters Misses Eula and Alta spent to her work and the reportsshe week looking after business interests. young couple are very popular here the Civic League, now as the Woman's General Tonic because it centum the I

> i Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. H. brings from the foreign fields are Miss Lois Kelly returned to her home and their many friends wish them a Club have done much to the improve- well known tonic propertiesef QUINtta

I Carter. encouraging and shows that great near New River after a long stay with long.happy voyage on life's ocean. ment of the town and should have the aid IRON.! It acts on the Liver DriYea
Malaria
j Miss Eva Williams, the assistant work is being done by the noble Chris- her aunt, Mrs. Anna Murrhee in Mrs. A. R. ,Ware and little daughter, hearty support of every true citizen. out Builds th"! ,t Vrfiole Knrkhes: the Blood 11I4
up Systemi
teacher
at Vanderbilt spent Saturday tian women, who give their lives to I Starke. ; 1Ccs:,

and Sunday with relatives and friends this work. I Mr. W. A. Little naval stores man

f?, t l' at Lawtey and returned Sunday after- Irs. N. T. Peeples was a visitor to of Savannah, Ga., was in Brooker this .
nodn.Messrs. Jacksonville last Thursday and Friday. week.
;
5 Hugh Alvarez and Levy Constable James H. Lowery spent Messrs. Eury Knight and Earl Whit- -
r ..... Norman were business visitors to Long Sunday with relatives in Starke.
a ten, of Raiford were calling in Brooker
: Bridge Friday night. Lourie Edwards of Gainesville was Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

j r? I There will be an entertainment at the guest of relatives here Saturday L. A. Brown Dr. A. E. Russell THE SIXTH CARLOAD COMINfi
Vanderbilt
school house next Friday and Sunday. and Mr. H. S. Warren and family mo-
j night February 9th. Everybody invited Mrs. D. M. Tanksley of Jacksonville tored to Starke last Monday. ,

i to attend. was the guest of relatives in East Messrs. H. P. Gainey and J. H. Kel- --

Lawtey-the first part of the week. ly were transacting business in Starke ,,)'. .
HEILBRONN. Rev. Thomas, a Pentacostal preacher Wednesday.Mr. .

preached on the street here Satur- : Truby Pinholster returned home .
day afternoon and at the Browningschool Tuesday afternoon from
Mr. Schellie LaCrosse
Rosier
of Rosier, visited -
house near
Lawtey Saturday where he taught school for .
r our school closing Friday afternoon. a week.A j
Mr. B. F. Robinson has moved into evening.A large number of Brooker folks attended -
his newly constructed residence. large two-mule load of pork was the services conducted by Rev.
brought here to the cold storage plant Walters, the Free Will
Mr. T. J. Moore Baptist preacher -
made a business
trip last Saturday from the State Farm. ,
to Rising section on last at Graham last Sunday afternoon. .
Saturday. Some of the hams were so large that Mrs. A. D. Hall left i
The A. B. Alvarez Monday for ;
i family spent the one was about all one man wanted to
Jacksonville
I week-end with relatives at Starke. to be at the bedside of her f
I Mr. Crews Wainwright and carry. The cold storage plant is doinga daughter, Mrs. Elliot Sea, who had an t
family
good business and pork is being .' -
operation
of Clay county ''and Charles Wain- performed at a hospital in
brought from nearly every part of the that
city Monday. -
wright of Baker '
!
county, visited their ,C
be cured. ;;
country to
father of this place the latter of The funeral of the late Hon. H. C. ,-
,., ,. last week. part Strawberry shipments to Northern Parker, of LaCrosse, was largely attended -,,;.:
The G. W. markets are increasing daily, and by the Brooker people as well -'
Wainwright and
i family while several crates have been shipped .
as from
people all the other
motored to Worthington neighboring -
Springs last daily for the past two weeks there .
Sunday. towns. It is estimated that there
: were over forty crates Tues- .i..ft
shipped were between fifteen hundred .
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and two
I McCormick are day. If the cold and freezing weatherwill thousand ,..4
: in
attendance
and
1 proud parents of a fine boy. only give the many of "
us go-by
refriger- them
were negroes. The floral.offering
Miss Dora K. Johnson, after com ator will have be i -
; cars to used within
was large and beautiful
> and the
'. ; pleting a most successful term as sec- the next two weeks. TtTh
funeral LL.Tr ,
was solemnized by Rev. S. B. 4
in
-. ond assistant our school returned Mr. Charles Strickland and family Rogers of a.
; : Jacksonville, a life-long _
Friday to her home at Raiford.
: of Starke were visiting relatives in friend of Mr. Parker. :j!.
-. ; The I. N. Norman family spent Saturday and near Lawtey. w 11
:'"' j We regret to learn of the death of
and Sunday with relatives at
Miss Della Goodfellow, who
lives Mrs. Martin A.
Campbell a former .
'" Long Bridge. with her mother .Mrs. D. W. Goodfel- resident of
Brooker but who for
Mrs. Maggie Wainwright is spend- low in East Lawtey had the misfor- eral sev- i
had
lived
years at Hastings. The
ing a few days with relatives at Van-
tune to break her left arm last Sunday death
occurred at her home'at Hastings
derbilt this week. I I
evening. Miss Goodfellow
'" went aftera and the
remains were
The Heilbronn Farms, owned by Mr. taken to
I pitcher of water and stumbled over Beaufort, S. C., the home of her child- ,. __
W. E. Davis will be fair sized cotton
yn
.. a !'!tpme- chicken wire fence which had .hood for burial. Mrs.
patch this the to"be cultivated Campbell wasa 1
year same been stretched and she could not see it. highly cultured Christian
and
by Messrs. Newn Mott Levy lady
The
doctor was called, who dressed held
: and was in high esteem by all who
Sweat Prof. L. A. Davis. the
broken member and
she is
getting knew her
I and the
; friends
she
many
Miss Anniebelle Clemons, of Lake I along E as well as could be expected.Mr. made while ,1-
residing here will -
I t Butler is visiting with us this week. regret
.
Geo. L. Futch seriously
was very to learn of her death, and will sympathize !
injured Monday afternoon by fall with the bereaved family in
I
I LAWTEY. ing off from a load of strawberry box- the loss of a companion and mother. fy t

r e s. Mr. Futch, with his nephew, ?fr. Clyde Ward and grandmother. ,

I Dr. J. C. Wills of Starke was a pro- Clarence, who was driving, were hauling Mrs. Pinholster, visited their farm

f i fesisonal visitor to Lawtey last Thurs- a big load_of. crates.from the depot near Gainesville last Wednesday.HAMPTON. I zx
We
c
: to hIS nome. tie was sitting on of have in
day. I top transit another
Mr. N. T. Peeples was transacting. the load and in some manner in cross- carload of fine mules, making the. I t
? : ing the railroad tracks near his home sixth
business in Starke last Thursday. car we have
shipped in
this
the load of
loose
i 'Mr. Will Stallings from near Rai- crates veered to one season.
I ford was transacting business in Law- side, causing him to lose his balance P. Gaines of Brooklyn was a.busi- Our Mr. J. '
W.
4 r tey last Thursday and Friday. and fall to the ground. Mr' Futch is ness visitor here Wednesday. Andrews, Sr. has been in the market this week
: a large man, weighing about Perry Dover, of ,
{ Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, 250 Starke was a visitor i
I in pounds, and the fall rendered him here Tuesday, looking after his selecting this stock and
pr was Lawtey last Thursday on busi they
I ness. partly unconscious and complaining of real estate interests here. are expected to reach our barns in i

1 Mr. W. E. Torode was a visitor to his stomach, chest and one shoulder Rev. L. A. Rawls of Lake Butler, Starke not later than
: Starke last Thursday.Mr. paining him. Drs. Brown and Biggs was here Monday. Thursday. February 8th. These mules

-and Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of were called who did all they could to D. M. Reagan, representing the will all be sound ;

{ Starke, were guests last Sunday at the alleviate the pain. While no bones Starr Piano Co., was looking after the young animals, fully broken and ready for '

home of Mr. E. J. Roberts. were broken the bruises and shaking interests of. hisfirm at this place Wed- work of

I Mr. 0. L. Thomas, who is engagedin up that he received are very painful, nesday. every kind. Come early and make

the naval stores business at Verdie, but it is hoped will not prove serious. Rev. L. H. Marlow of Holder, spenta your selection if ,

i t spent Saturday and Sunday here with I I Florida Mr. R. K. Nipper, representing the part of Friday here the guest of you want one or more of these mules.J.WIANDREWS&SON

his family.Mr. Times-Union, was transacting friends. Mr. Marlow was formerly a /

F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville, business in Lawtey Wednesday.Capt. resident of this section, moving away
' was transacting business in Lawtey on E. P. Motley, of Alpena Mich., in 1897. He has a host of friends here.

Wednesday and Thursday. is a guest of the Schunck Bros. near Mrs. A. A. Futch and little son, Les- .

Mrs. M. E. Edwards of Gainesville, tcwn.Dlr.. i lie, have returned from Leesburg,
was a visitor to Lawtey one day last and Mrs. R. B. Jackson- were visitors where they were the guests of Col. -
week. to Lake City. Wednesday and and Mrs. T. G. Futch. I STARKE, FLORIDA "

Mr. E. L. Schunck, who has been Thursday. Mrs. V. L. Geiger, who has been visiting '- j"

spending several months on the Great Mrs. Arthur Bradley was a visitor her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 1
Lakes, has returned here. to Starke Wednesday. Durden, here, left Wednesday for her .

Mr. W. W. Davidson returned to his home at Brownville.Mr. .

home in New York City last week af- BROOKER. and Mrs. Bun Haynes left Wednesday -.;. .

ter spending several days here as the for their home at Waldo, after !
guest of Mr. A. A. Smith. Mrs. spending several days with Mr. and HILL'S
J. 0. Phillips, of Worthington, Mrs. 0.
Col and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke, Haynes. DEPARTMENT
was visiting in Brooker last Thursday i Rev. Barr filled his STORE
and Col.! Adkins' Sister Mrs. Wimber- ;afternoon. regular appointment -
ly, of Mobile, Ala., were visitors to Miss at the Methodist church last Sunday '"
Lawtey last Thursday. Lily Crosby of Sampson City preaching to large and appreciative We buy i in exchange Corn
r spent the week-end with her Sweet
Potatoes
F-rf"-& Mr. W. H. Robinson of White City 1 near here. parents audiences both morning and even- sell Groceries Hardware Eggs, Chickens and other Produce.We .
was a visitor to Lawtey last Thursday Misses ing.The Crockery and
e and Myrtie Morgan and Nellie series of revival services at the Paints Gasoline Glassware, Furniture Shoes
Friday. Feeds Hats Oils
Nabb returned home last Friday after Christian Fertilizers r i
-; Mrs. C. S. Durling, of Starke, was church, conducted by Evangelist lots Lime and Brick. We
'l spending a couple of weeks in Lake LaRowe and are buy Phoslime
the guest of Mrs. E. D. Sayles a few Butler. are being well attended prepared to make low prices. in solid car ,
days and throughly appreciated. weight I to We p iy good
ago. all measure
; Post Master Collins and son, T. J., L. J. Wynn and W. E. Hutcheson Yours for and an honest '
Mr. Frank Burnsed of Starke, was and Mr. Thomas the Square Deal
Chancey, motored to eturned .
a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. the Tuesday from the lakes where ,
county site last Saturday to attend I they have .
enjoyed an outing, of
s 4 Mr. H. D. Randall was transacting to business. course
-: business 1 bringing back an abundant supply of I,
in Jacksonville the first part Miss NEWELL
Mamie Pinholster of the B.
of the week. Hampton, 1 finny tribe. HULL

-,- spent the week-end with her mother Mrs. Eva Birt, of Louise and chil- :
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